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:
During Reading Week, the Library at the Waterloo campus, the Learning Commons at Brantford, and the Social Work Library will be open for regular hours. Feel free to drop in, or make an appointment, with a librarian.
The Robert Langen Art Gallery will be closed from February 13-17 for installation work.
The Library’s Interlibrary Loan unit has implemented a new service for delivering interlibrary loan documents using a cloud-based desktop delivery system called Article Exchange.
Laurier’s Faculty of Social Work Library has been temporarily moved to a new location following repeated water leakage in its regular space in early January, 2017.
Winter term has begun, but there is still time to book a library instruction session for your class. We have librarians ready to work with faculty in every discipline to meet your needs.