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Library and Information Week 2022

Library and Information Week 2022 Rewrite. Renew. Reimagine.

25-31 July is Library and Information Week where we celebrate all the work done by Library and Information professionals across Australia. This Library and Information Week, JCU Library would love to see people re-engaging with our collections and resources, renewing your thoughts by pondering on stories we have been told and reimagining stories anew.

JCU library is celebrating all the work we do to support the staff and students. Look out for some badly photoshopped staff photos on our Instagram page, take a break from your studies with some colouring in or even pick up a badge.

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Tips for EndNote: Authors' Names

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