Our collection for Share The Dignity
We have wrapped up our Share The Dignity drive at Hamilton TAFE Library. Share The Dignity supports women in need (homeless women, women in domestic violence shelters) with access to feminine hygiene products that they would not be able to afford otherwise. There was an amazing response from the TAFE community with donations given locally at Hamilton, but also donations sent to us from other TAFE locations around the state.
Here are the results of our #dignitydrive :
- 94 packets of pads
- 53 packets of tampons
- 3 menstrual cups
Thank you for supporting Share The Dignity.
Books need to be in the hands of children early and often: the transformative power of literacy makes all other learning possible and opens up a world of opportunities.
Maitland TAFE Library, working with the help of our ESL classes, will be hosting a book sale and morning tea to support the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, on Thursday 7 September from 10 am until every book is sold!
- You can get books for only a gold coin donation
- Food will also be available for a gold coin donation
You can also contribute online here: Maitland TAFE Book Swap for Indigenous Literacy
Follow these links to find out more:
Thanks for your support!
Veterinary Education in Video from Alexander Street Press features demonstrations from many of the field’s most respected experts. Videos are relevant to all levels of veterinary practice – veterinarians, vet nurses, techs, assistants and other team members.
To access Veterinary Education in Video from the library website:
Go to the library eResources page http://huntertafe.libguides.com/eresources, select v and then Veterinary Education in Video.
Instead of using your TAFE username and password, a database specific login is required from the Database Password List.
If the videos don’t appear straight away when you are logged in, select the Search All Content icon on the top left of the page and select My Collections to open the video list.
If you need help accessing these videos, ask at your local TAFE library, or you can Ask a Librarian online.