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This guide will introduce you to the services, facilities and resources available to students and academic staff.
Last Updated: Nov 1, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Getting Started

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The Giblin Eunson Library is located at 111 Barry Street (opposite University Square), Campus Map (Melway 2B C9, Building 105).

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    Giblin Eunson Library

    Ground floor
    General collection: 001 - 332
    High Use Collection
    Reference books
    Print journals

    Upper ground floor
    General collection: 333 - 379 

    Level 1
    General collection: 380 - 999
    Education Curriculum Resources
    Media Resources


    Collections and services

    Connect to the best guide for your study or research

    This guide broadly outlines the Library's support for teaching and research within the Melbourne Graduate School of Education.

    Are you looking for the Library toolkit for your course? Browse the list below.

    Help us to improve: If you arrived at this page via a Library toolkit link in your subject, email Kat Frame your subject details. We will contact your subject coordinator and get a direct link to your course resource added to the subject.


    Linda Darling-Hammond in conversation with Maxine McKew

    Professor Linda Darling-Hammond is a world-leading authority on education and teacher training. She is faculty director of the Stanford Centre for Opportunity Policy in Education, and a Miegunyah visiting fellow at the University of Melbourne.


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