- Electrical Work on Level 11 North: Friday, August 26
On Friday, August 26, there will be some electrical work performed on level 11 north in the Library.
There may be disruptions due to activity and intermittent noise associated with the work in that space.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
- Library Brown Bag Session: Course Copyright Conundrums
Our copyright office regularly receives questions every semester about what is allowed to be posted on Moodle or put in course packs, and the best way to deliver content to students. If you are unsure about what you can put in Moodle (PDF vs link), are unsure how to retrieve the persistent URL (or even what that is), or are confused about the benefits of e-reserves vs course packs vs Moodle, we can help! Come to this Copyright Brown Bag session - our Copyright Advisor Rumi Graham will be there to explain all and answer your questions.
August 30, 2016: 12-1 p.m.
L950 (bottom floor of the Library)
Bring your lunch, and your questions!Room or Area: L950
This event is free.
- Library Intersession Hours: August 24 to September 6
During the intersession period between the summer and fall semesters (August 24 – September 6), the Library’s hours are as follows:
• Weekdays: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
• Weekends: CLOSED
• Monday, September 5: CLOSED (Labour Day)
Fall semester hours will begin on Wednesday, September 7. For a complete overview of Library hours, please click here.
- Library Brown Bag Session: So you think you want to work in a library?
Come and find out about the many kinds of careers you can have in libraries. Panelists will represent those working as Library Technicians, Librarians, Library IT Specialists, School Librarians, Archivists, and in Library Administration. Other library employees will be present to add their perspective and answer questions as well. So if you’ve often thought you’d like to work in a library but weren’t sure where to start, start here!When: Thursday, September 22, 2016 from 12-1pm (feel free to bring your lunch!)Where: L950
- Library: VHS Media Collection Review
The University Library has removed its collection of VHS videotapes and other magnetic media from the Media Collection for review.
Materials are being evaluated by subject liaison librarians and selectively replaced by newer video formats (e.g., DVD) if they are not available in the Library’s existing streaming media assets (e.g., Films on Demand, National Film Board of Canada, etc.).
If you have comments or questions about this process please contact your subject liaison librarian.