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    Published: 27 July 2012

  • Accessibility

    Published: 10 June 2015

    accessibility accessibility statement we care deeply about accessibility and we’ve designed our site under principles of inclusive design, to conform to w3c’s web content accessibility guidelines 2.0. these international guidelines explain how to make websites more accessible to people with disabilities, and we believe they also help make our website easier to use for everyone. some of the w3c's wcag 2.0 features are in the process of being implemented throughout this site including the replacement of pdf documents into more accessible formats where possible. our to-do list of issues: we’re still ironing out the kinks of our website, and there are a few areas we know need improvement. as a heads up, these may cause access issues (but we’re working on it!): we are tweaking some of the pages to ensure there are no tables used in the layout we are working on making the forms throughout our site keyboard-navigable we are investigating how we can make the council agendas and minutes more user friendly  we are working towards having all our documents available online in both word and pdf versions this is current as of april 2014. pdf downloads we have attempted to keep pdf downloads to a minimum, however there are certain instances where pdf's are necessary. we have used adobe acrobat version 7 for our pdf's and you can download adobe reader conversion of documents into alternate formats if you require assistance in accessing a pdf document in an alternative format please contact us on 1300 367 700 or email to   found an issue? please tell us! if you find any issues or have any difficulty accessing content on our site, please tell us. we’re always keen to improve the experience of our site. general questions or comments if you have any questions, comments or suggestions regarding accessibility on our website please email  or phone us on 1300 367 700 a
  • Book Reviews

    Published: 14 June 2019

    book reviews add your book review to our catalogue review books if you want to help other readers find their next great read? want to express your enjoyment or disappointment in a title? here’s your opportunity. you can fill in one of our read and rec cards, available at all library branches. or you can review a title online using chilifresh. chilifresh is an add-on, which allows you to post your own reviews to the appropriate record. our catalogue has reviews for you to read, some from our library users, but others from around the world. there is always room for more! simply open the review tab and click on the add link. b add book review to our catalogue system librarian communications and customer relations
  • Children's Events

    Published: 08 October 2019

    children's events latrobe city libraries run weekly and regular events for children across all branches. children's events latrobe city library run the following activities for children on a weekly or regular basis. some have limited numbers and you need  to book a place for your child through our   latrobe city libraries eventbrite page  (open in chrome), by telephone on 1300 367 700 or when you visit your local library. allsorts after school program at moe and traralgon libraries for primary school aged children. every wednesday at 3:45pm during school term. book at your local library via eventbrite (open in chrome browser). booking and session  details here   baby bounce at moe and traralgon libraries for children aged from birth to 18 months. held every week during school term time. bookings essential. bookings and session details here nyernila aboriginal storytelling for preschoolers. bookings essential. bookings and session  details here preschool storytime for preschoolers aged between three and five years old. held every week during school term time at all libraries. location and session details here wiggle and jiggle at all libraries for children aged two and three years old. held every week during school terms. bookings essential. bookings and session details here stay local school holiday activities stay local, but let your imagination wander with our free or low cost program, offered with latrobe city libraries, latrobe leisure, latrobe performing arts and latrobe regional gallery. details are posted on the  library what's on page     c communications and customer relations
  • Churchill Library

    Published: 03 April 2019

    churchill library churchill's library's address, phone number and opening hours location and contact details  9-11 philip parade churchill neighbourhood navigator phone: 1300 367 700   nearest bus stop churchill bus interchange adjacent to the churchill town hall. opening hours monday: 8.30am to 5.15pm tuesday: 9:15am to 6pm wednesday: 8.30am to 4.30pm thursday: 9:15am to 6pm friday: 8.30am to 5.15pm closed saturdays, sundays and public holidays c churchil library hours, where is churchill library systems librarian communications and customer relations
  • Collections

    Published: 14 June 2019

    collections collections and suggestions for purchase what material can you access: books of all genres for all ages ebooks dvds family  and local history resources large print books magazines newspapers online databases talking books new titles new titles are added to the collection on a regular basis, and are listed in the  new titles section of the library catalogue.  help us choose titles for the collection you can now vote for new books using our new selection tool. each month forthcoming titles will be offered for voting and we'll order the most popular picks as chosen by you!  vote here . alternatively, your suggestions for additions to the collection are welcomed for consideration. suggestions will be assessed by library staff using the collection development guidelines.   c keywords systems librarian communications and customer relations
  • Community Meeting Room Booking Request

    Published: 09 October 2017

    community meeting room booking request learn more about our community meeting rooms in moe and submit a booking request. meeting rooms available to be booked: the  conditions of hire apply  to all community meeting room bookings traralgon community meeting room (located within traralgon library) seats with table:10 seats, theatre style: 20 maximum  available:  monday - friday  8.30am - 6pm saturday  9am - 12pm sunday  3pm - 6pm moe service centre meeting rooms   available: 7 days a week from 7am to late evening meeting room 3 seats with table:16 seats, theatre style: 30 maximum meeting room 4 seats with table:12 seats, theatre style: 20 maximum meeting room 5 seats with table:16 seats, theatre style: 40 maximum moe meeting rooms 4 and 5 can be booked together to allow for a larger meeting. theatre style seats 60 maximum. how to book by requesting a booking you are agreeing to the terms and conditions . this online booking system works best in chrome. request a booking   alternatively a tentative booking for use of the meeting rooms can be made by emailing    what happens next? the person booking the meeting room will be contacted via telephone or email to confirm the booking.  cost? free for community groups based in latrobe city. rates apply for commercial organisations in 2018/19: per hour: $31 5 hours or more: $150 if meeting room 4 and 5 are booked together the one fee of $146 will apply.  payment can be made in-person or an invoice will be forwarded to the hirer. c communications and customer relations latrobe city service centre and libraries meeting room booking form a tentative booking for use of the meeting rooms can be made by phoning 5128 6119 or by emailing the booking is secured upon receipt of the completed and signed conditions of use form together with booking form. the completed form/s must be received within 10 working days either by mail, email or hand delivered at the moe service centre and prior to using the meeting room. the person booking the meeting room will be contacted via telephone or email to confirm the booking. booking forms and conditions of use forms are also available from the latrobe city council website. rates apply for commercial organisations as per the current latrobe city council fees and charges. free for community groups based in latrobe city. select required room: traralgon community meeting room available 8.30 am until 6.00 pm, mon-fri (located within the library) sat 9.00 am until 12 noon sun 3.00 until 6.00 pm seats 10 or theatre style 20 maximum meeting room 3 moe service centre available from 7.00 am until late evening 7 days per week seats 16 or theatre style 30 maximum meeting room 4 moe service centre available from 7.00 am until late evening 7 days per week seats 12 or theatre style 20 maximum meeting room 5 moe service centre available from 7.00 am until late evening 7 days per week seats 16 or theatre style 40 maximum moe meeting rooms 4 & 5 also be booked together to allow for a larger meeting. theatre style seats 60 maximum please note: it is the responsibility of the person booking the meeting rooms to rearrange furnishings if required and to return them to their original setting at the end of the booking time. do you require access to it equipment or is wi-fi required for meeting room bookings. yes no if you answered yes above, an induction will be required to be completed when picking up the security access card. date/s & time room is required: (please allow time for set up, pack up and cleaning up prior to departure) date: ________________ arrival time __________ departure time __________ date: ________________ arrival time __________ departure time __________ date: ________________ arrival time __________ departure time __________ date: ________________ arrival time __________ departure time __________ (please attach separate page with additional dates and times if required) is this a reoccurring booking, please provide details below: daily times _______________________ weekly mon tue wed thu fri sat sun monthly start date _______________________or eg, 1st wed every month yearly start date _______________________or eg. 1st wed every may any requests to serve alcohol must be made in writing and addressed to the ceo two weeks prior to the requested booking date. posters or any other promotional materials are not permitted to be affixed to walls or windows without prior approval of the coordinator libraries or coordinator customer relations. contact details: organisation name: community group based in latrobe city yes ? no ? commercial organisation (fees will apply) yes ? no ? other yes ? no ? fee charged: $ receipt number: rates: $28.70 per hour – 5 hours or more $140.40 ledger number: 7305.2461 contact person: address: email address: telephone: bus: ah: mobile: purpose of hire: type of function: number of people attending: booking made by: conditions of hire form signed and returned: yes ? no ? meeting room etiquette and supplies: it is the responsibility of the user to set up the meeting room as required and then return the room in a clean and tidy condition, with furniture returned to its original place. hot and cold water is available including the provision of disposable cups; tea, coffee, milk and sugar to users of the meeting rooms. this is located within the outbreak area and a key from the reception desk will need to be picked up. the outbreak area is to be left clean from any rubbish. all information on the whiteboard is to be cleaned off before leaving (where applicable). signed: ________________________________ date: _______________
  • Computer training

    Published: 11 September 2018

    computer training video learning for you to gain new computer skills hoonuit hoonuit  provides video based online software training and support tutorials. this training can help you if you are updating your software, learning about a new application or refreshing your knowledge of an old one. tutorials are also available on devices, career skills, how to search the internet, cyber safety and multimedia training. hoonuit is free to library members. how to create an  hoonuit account if you already have a zinio emagazine account, you can use the same email address and password to log into hoonuit. if you don't have an account already, you will need to click on create a new account. you will then enter your library membership number, which is printed on your library card. the next step is to input your email address and choose a password. online jigsaw puzzles practice your mouse skills and have fun with these online jigsaws keyboard practice learn typing computer resources west governors university keyboard education - this site was suggested by courtney and her band of kids from the usa who tell us that this site is suitable for kids (and adults) of all ages. big high five back to them recently published items from our collection blogs computers ebay facebook        ipads macs smartphones twitter c systems librarian communications and customer relations
  • Computers, WiFi, Internet and Other Services

    Published: 13 August 2019

    computers, wifi, internet and other services our libraries offer public access pcs with internet access, free wifi as well as printing, copying and scanning services. computers and internet we offer free computer and internet access at all latrobe city libraries. you need a valid library membership and to accept our guidelines to use these services. please note, there are charges for printing, usbs and head phones. how to book a computer there is no charge to use the public access computers, however, you must book either in person, by phoning 1300 367 700 or at any of the public access catalogues in the libraries. software installed includes word, excel and powerpoint. bookings can be made up to a week in advance. computers can be booked for thirty minutes or one hour blocks. up to a one hour extension may be given, subject to availability. if you do not log in within ten minutes of your scheduled booking time, your booking will automatically be cancelled. guest passes (for people new to the area or visitors) are limited to one 30 minute booking only. library membership is free - ask our staff about the benefits and how to join. wi-fi  you can bring your own laptop, ipad or mobile device and connect to our free wi-fi service during library opening hours. there is no printing available through the wi-fi system. library staff may not be trained or experienced in all services and programs available. we may be able to provide basic help and assist in troubleshooting problems but cannot provide one-to-one tuition in the use of the computer, your laptop or the internet. copying, printing and scanning photocopying, printing and scanning* is available at all libraries. for current prices, see library fees and charges document. please note that from 1 august, the morwell library will go cashless. learn more about cashless libraries . *scanning is free of charge. c computers, computer, wifi, free wifi, internet, internet access, systems librarian communications and customer relations
  • Cyber Safety Information

    Published: 22 August 2018

    cyber safety information are your passwords strong and secure? is your privacy protected? have you experienced cyber bulling? do you know what emails to delete without opening? cyber safety the internet is a great tool for finding information and sharing news with your friends family and your broader community. there are risks that you need to manage to maintain your cyber security. are your passwords strong and secure? is your privacy protected? have you experienced cyber bulling?  do you know what emails to delete without opening? stay smart online  is the australian government's website to help us understand the risks and the simple steps that we can take to protect ourselves online. office of the children's esafety commissioner  provides online safety resources for australian children and young people and administer a complaint service for young people who experience serious cyberbullying and illegal online content. australian cybercrime online reporting network  (acorn) is a national policing initiative of australian governments. it is a national online system that allows the public to securely report instances of cybercrime. it will also provide advice to help people recognise and avoid common types of cybercrime. scamwatch  is run by the australian competition and consumer commission (accc). it provides information to consumers and small businesses about how to recognise, avoid and report scams. national esmart week  is an initiative of the alannah & madeline foundation, which uses a cultural change approach to improve cyber safety and reduce cyber bullying.   c cyber safety, internet safety system librarian communications and customer relations

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