Let’s be (Facebook) friends

Facebook. noun. An online social networking platform commonly used by students for procrastination

Alright, so maybe that’s not the legit definition, but are we close?

Everyone has Facebook nowadays. Well, almost everyone. Us included.

You may have come across our Griffith Library Facebook page in your online travels. It’s chock full of library news, study tips, competitions and general library goodness.

Now, this post isn’t just a ploy to get you to follow us on Facebook. Okay, yes it is. But we really think Facebook is an amazing tool to help keep up-to-date on what’s happening at your library and your university.

For instance, did you know that other areas of Griffith University are on Facebook as well?

There’s the official Griffith University Facebook, of course. We all follow them, don’t we? But there’s also Griffith CareersStudent Services, the UniBar and What’s On. And that’s not even half of them.

We recommend following your School or Campus Facebook pages, such as Griffith InternationalGriffith Film SchoolGriffith Law SchoolLogan Campus or Queensland College of Art.

Okay, we’ll stop now. There’s just too many to shamelessly plug here.

Go to the Griffith University Social Media page to find all the Griffith University Facebook (and other social media) accounts you can follow.

But first things first, go click like on our Facebook page.