When Christine Grossutti entered the doors of the Wilfrid Laurier Archives this past June, she envisioned herself as a geographer embarking on an arduous voyage of exploration with notebook in hand and camera at the ready.
We hope that all of our users have had a wonderful summer. Now that fall is upon us, it’s time to connect with what the Library has to offer.
Students: are you new to the Library and unsure where to start? Or just in need of a mini-refresher?
It was a busy summer of renovations at the Library’s Waterloo campus location in particular. This work is now largely completed, with the final stages of some projects scheduled to wrap up in September.
Here is a quick digest of a few key developments:
In conjunction with the ASPIRE Program, the Laurier Library is offering a series of workshops to help you and your graduate students streamline your research process. These informal, practical sessions cover a range of topics, including the following:
- How to Meet TriCouncil Management Policies
- Citing Insights: Tools to Help you Cite
- Finding Government Policy & Its Analysis
- Systematic Reviews 101
Sessions are offered at the Waterloo Campus Library and online via webcast.
Ares Course Reserves allows faculty to place materials on reserve for a course, both in print or electronic form. Students enrolled in the course have access to electronic content 24/7. Course readings are integrated into MyLearning Space.
Submit early and material will be available for students for the beginning of classes. If we need to order the material recall it from a patron, it could take 2 weeks or more.
You can access Ares from the Library homepage under Course Readings.
In Ares, faculty can: