You’ve probably heard of Where’s Waldo, but you may not have heard of one of the greatest mysteries of the nineteenth century — Where’s Franklin?
The Laurier Library is pleased to announce the grand opening of a new exhibition space featuring work by members of the Laurier community. The opening will take place Sept. 25 at 3:30 p.m. on the main floor of Laurier’s Waterloo campus library.
In addition to launching the first exhibit in the new space, the opening will feature a special announcement regarding a new Library Culture Series featuring Laurier artists, authors and musicians.
Based on feedback from faculty members, the Waterloo campus Library has made adjustments to its open system of course reserves in order to improve access and security.
Reserves are now located behind the Library Services & Help Desk on Floor 2. With this new location, users may continue to browse the shelves, but staff will be stationed close by to monitor the area and to provide help and information regarding our reserve policies.
Laurier’s Waterloo campus has adopted a new campus-wide print management system, called PaperCut, and the system is now up and running at the Library.
New photocopier/printers are available for use on on floors 2 through 6 as part of the upgrade. In addition to paid printing and photocopying, the new machines are available for free scanning use.
Users who are on-site can now send jobs to Library printers both wirelessly from their own laptops or using the public computers in the building.