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16 May 2018
With SWOT-exam period around the corner, the Library will extend its opening hours from 28 May 2018 to 19 June 2018 as follows:
On 5 May 2018, the Library staff at Monash University Malaysia gathered for a day of discovery, exploration and fun on the occasion of its fourth Information Day 2018.
With SWOT-exam period around the corner, the Library will extend its opening hours from 28 May 2018 to 19 June 2018. Best of luck for your exams.
Proverbs have become a part of our daily language. Do you know how these proverbs have come about and what they actually mean? Understand the origins of proverbs like “beauty is only skin deep”, “an elephant never forgets” and many more by borrowing this book! https://goo.gl/TSwWYt
In Malaysia, May 1st may be Labour Day, but in Australia and New Zealand, May 1st is University Mental Health and Wellbeing Day. To find out more about the day and how our counterparts in Australia will be spending it, click on the link below:
You could even take part in the online programs on offer in conjunction with the day, which includes a Moodle course on stress management. Details can also be found at the page linked above.
Happy Labour Day, everyone!
Happy International Jazz Day! Watch this award-winning documentary from our streaming database Kanopy about the untold stories of female jazz and big band instrumentalists and their fascinating journeys from the late 30s to the present day. http://monash.kanopy.com/video/girls-band-5
In 1980, David D. Burns, M.D., had a remarkable breakthrough by presenting his research on depression that revolutionised how people could counter guilt and anxiety by forms of “mood therapy”. Learn more about how this could be relevant today! https://goo.gl/cFgdkb
Indigenous communities around the world are concerned that numerous research papers are showcasing them as a spectacle. Dr. Lori Lambert explores methods that allow researchers to respect native communities and their contribution to healing and empowerment in this book! Read it today! https://goo.gl/PYF5HY
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