The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project is a province-wide collaboration to provide access to early topographic maps of Ontario.
The Library will be switching to its 2017 summer hours schedule in Spring 2017 following the conclusion of Winter term exams.
The historic records of the Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation (ORMF) have found a new and permanent home at the Archives.
On March 28, 2017, ebooks and other documents on the ebrary platform will be migrated to ProQuest's newer Ebook Central (PQEC) platform.
Laurier’s Waterloo campus Library was recently outfitted with a new front desk thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor to the university.
The new desk is much larger than the previous desk, providing space for more users to get help simultaneously, and is in a much more visible location for library users as they enter the building.
The Laurier Archives is pleased to announce that Jonathan Luedee is the winner of the 2017 Joan Mitchell Travel Award.
Laurier works with Ipsos and Ontario Council of University Libraries to make national polling data freely available
The data represent a goldmine for researchers looking for insights into the opinion of Canadians during key periods in the country’s recent history.
If you are a Laurier student, faculty member, staff member, alum or retiree who has published a book in 2015, 16 or 17, it's time to celebrate your achievement and connect with a like-minded audience!
Software updates that took place Monday, Feb. 20 and Tuesday, Feb. 21 have been completed. Primo is now functioning normally.
The Library will once again be offering awards to recognize undergraduate students who demonstrate exceptional use of library resources as part of their regular coursework. Four awards are available: