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Yalbilinya Ngurang: WELCOME


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Yalbilinya Ngurang

Welcome to Yalbilinya Ngurang

​Meaning 'Place of Learning' in Wiradjuri, Yalbilinya Ngurang (Yal-bil-in-ya Nu-rang) is a place you can find people, information and resources to help you with your research and study.

Charles Sturt Library is a place where you can come together to study and learn. We offer quiet areas, group facilities and 24/7 zones where you can study or meet with friends.

Your Library website is also available anywhere, anytime. Use Primo Search to assist you in researching for your assignments. You can access eBooks and online journal articles and find links to quality websites and information.

If you need help you can chat live online to a librarian, phone the Library on 1800 275 278, or use the email. Library staff are available to answer your questions and help you with your study.

Keep up to date with what's happening in the Library on our Social Media sites.

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Cultural safety in the Library! Cultural Safety survey QR code

The Charles Sturt Library is starting a project to make our library spaces and website more culturally safe and welcoming. If you’d like to help us achieve this please take our short survey to let us know how you find & access library resources, services and spaces, how you feel about these things, and how you think we could improve these areas for First Nations students. There are 10 questions in the survey which should take about 5 minutes to answer. Thanks from the Library for your help in this important area – you can find our anonymous survey at this link: 

Charles Sturt University acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands on which its campuses are located, paying respect to Elders, both past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations Peoples.Acknowledgement of Country

Charles Sturt University is an Australian University, TEQSA Provider Identification: PRV12018. CRICOS Provider: 00005F.