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The Ambassador of Sweden, HE Sven-Olof Petersson, has donated an internationally significant eight-volume series, The Linnaeus Apostles – Global Science & Adventure, to the University. Professor Margaret Harding, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research and Roxanne Missingham, University Librarian, officially accepted the donation, which will be added to the ANU Library collection, at a reception at the Swedish Embassy […]

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by: Patrick Byrnes @ 8:10 am

Open access to research outcomes has become a hot topic in the past two years, and in the lead up to International Open Access Week (21–27 October) the Australian Open Access Support Group (AOASG) and The Australian National University brought this issue to the fore with a panel discussion. Professor Aidan Byrne, CEO of the […]

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by: Sally Haysom @ 9:45 am

Sparke Helmore Theatre 2, ANU College of Law building 6a Wednesday 16 October, 12.30—1.30pm Professor Aidan Byrne, CEO of the ARC, and Professor Warwick Anderson, CEO of the NHMRC, will attend a public forum to discuss their open access policies. Both panel members will give a short presentation outlining the rationale behind the policies, how […]

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by: Mark Huppert @ 4:38 pm

The American author Truman Capote once said “Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go.” The same could be said, no doubt, of Italy as a whole. The country holds a prime position in the cultural and historic traditions of the Western World, and the Library’s new Italian studies subject guide […]

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by: Patrick Byrnes @ 10:07 am

Population health research can cover topics such as AIDS in Africa, women’s health centres and gender dimension in population health, national health care systems, communicable disease programs, and primary health care in Australia. The new Epidemiology and Population Health subject guide will highlight the scholarly peer reviewed resources the ANU library has in the fields […]

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by: Patrick Byrnes @ 3:29 pm

McDonald Room, R.G. Menzies Library Tuesday 1 October, 12.30—1.30pm As part of the on-going R.G. Menzies Library 50th Anniversary celebrations, China historian Professor Geremie Barmé, reflects on his forty-year relationship with the Menzies Library and ponders the reading life.  Audio presentation (MP3, 35MB)  The China Story website: lecture transcript  Event flyer (PDF,184KB)

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by: Mark Huppert @ 4:36 pm

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