Online and Physical Collections

Online and physical collections

ONLINE

We’re growing our online collections this term to support the College’s significant shift to remote learning.  Check out the range of databases and full text collections and streaming media resources we have that provide access to research in different formats across disciplines.

PHYSICAL   

To access our physical collections, use our new Library Takeout serviceSearch the library catalogue to find the book, CD/DVD, or equipment that you need, place a request online, and then stop by either library to pick up your request(s) at the main entrance.

Please note that due to health and safety requirements regarding quarantine periods for physical items, lending course textbooks on short term loan will not be possible this fall. Instead, they will be available for two-week loan and will be renewed automatically through the end of term unless someone else places a hold on it.

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Fall Service Updates

Our Library and Learning Centre locations continue to remain closed through the month of October to ensure the health and safety of staff and students. We are working on safety plans to reopen with a reduced maximum occupancy once all required safety measures are in place. Stay tuned for more information! 

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Reference and Instruction

Reference and Instruction

Whether you’re a student, instructor, or staff member, our reference service is open to you. Our crackerjack team of librarians are available to help you search and find items in our print and digital collections, properly cite research resources for your papers/presentation, and more. Check out our library research guides to help you get started with your research, be it related to a course assignment or a broad subject area.   

If you are teaching this term, consider booking a library research workshop! Our librarians are available to teach a synchronous workshop online in your course, pull together online learning materials to support your students’ class assignment, and create library research assignments tailored to your course to be marked and returned to you. 

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