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Education Collections and Services   Tags: collections, education, media_collections, school_textbooks  

This guide will introduce you to the services, facilities and resources available to students and academic staff.
Last Updated: Apr 3, 2014 URL: http://unimelb.libguides.com/content.php?pid=96525 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Giblin Eunson Library Hours

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

See our Library Opening Hours

     

    Collections and services

     

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    Giblin Eunson Library

    Ground floor
    Books: 000 - 330.999
    High Use Collection
    Reference books, hardcopy journals

    Upper ground floor
    Books: 331 - 371.999 

    Level 1
    Books: 372 - 999
    Education Curriculum Resources (School Level Textbooks, Graphic Novels, Junior Fiction and Picture Books)
    Media Resources (DVDs, Videos, CDs & CDROMs,  Kits & Hanging Bag Collection, Posters)

     

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    Welcome

    This guide highlights the collections and library services available to students and staff of the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. It is a starting point for exploring our specialist online and print resources.

    The guide is also a gateway to our subject research guides for individual courses and research areas. 

    Index of Education Library Guides

    Explore the full list of library guides for Education. There are guides for MGSE courses and individual learning areas.

     

    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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