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Yalbilinya Ngurang: WELCOME


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Yalbilinya Ngurang

Welcome to Yalbilinya Ngurang

‚ÄčMeaning '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 enquiry form (web form). 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.

An introduction to Wiradjuri Language at Charles Sturt

Your Library online

Librarians are here for you while you're studying online.

Access online resources below and chat with a Librarian when you need support.

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Click here to chat with a Librarian Monday - Thursday 9am to 7pm, Friday 9am to 4:30pm and weekends 1:30-5pm.

Or contact your Faculty Team

View more contact options here and click the link below to download this information as a PDF to save on your device, if you like!

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Indigenous Literacy Day is fast approaching! We are excited to invite you to our national, virtual Youtube Live Premiere event at 12.30pm on Wednesday 2 September for a celebration of Indigenous language and literacy.

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