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Graduates

Doing research Using research materials Working in the Library Key contacts Doing research Library subject guides Library tutorial series Manage citations Citation trail Scholars Commons @ Laurier CARMA: webcasts on research methods and analysis...

Graduate commons

The Graduate commons is study space specifically for graduate students, located on the 3rd floor of the library on the Waterloo campus.  The space includes group study rooms, individual study space, tables for group discussion and comfy chairs. All...

Graduate Carrels

Graduate carrels, with lockable drawers, are available for researchers at Wilfrid Laurier University, with priority given to those in a graduate program. These carrels are located along the outside perimeter of floors 4 through 7 in the Library. Carrels...

Alumni (Laurier Graduates)

Welcome Your Library space Your Library online Archives digital collections Keep in touch Welcome Alumni are welcome to come to the library to borrow books and use resources and services. From the public PCs on the second and third floors, you...

CHA Dissertation Search

Produced by the Canadian Historical Association, the Register provides an inventory of all Ph.D. and M.A. theses in Canadian universities dealing with any aspect of history. It also seeks to include theses in Canadian history undertaken in non-Canadian...

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Study areas

Book a Library space online Book a group study room online (Waterloo) Book a group study room online (Brantford) Book an individual study room (Waterloo - for students registered with the Accessible Learning Centre or for Laurier PhD candidates...

Writing a literature review

Need to write a literature review? Learn strategies for planning, researching and organizing one successfully for your thesis or dissertation, and for deciding on a focus and scope for your review. Audience: graduate students Instructor: Joanne Oud...

Creating a research question

A good research question is the foundation for a successful research project. Learn strategies for creating a focused question, grounded in theory, that will streamline your thesis or dissertation research and help you finish on time. Audience: graduate...

Library to open new Waterloo campus exhibit space

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...

Student registration

Students, faculty and staff are now automatically registered with the library. Complete this form if: The barcode number on your current OneCard has not been registered, OR You wish to request to receive your library notices via email, OR You wish to...

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Full Text

ProQuest's Digital Dissertations and Theses contains information about doctoral dissertations and master's theses from more than 1,000 North American and European graduate schools. Most dissertations published since 1997 include full text, and many...

Individual desks

Individual study carrels are available in the various reading areas. Carrels may not be held over meal hours or while attending lectures. Library materials left at the carrels will be reshelved. Please do not leave your belongings unattended as thefts...

Waterloo

Laurier's Waterloo campus Library is a hub of activity at the west end of campus, adjacent to the School of Business and Economics. Receiving over half a million visits each academic year, the Library contains approximately 800 group and individual study...

Faculty and grad students can now place holds on Waterloo campus Library books

Faculty and graduate students at the Waterloo campus can now place holds on Laurier Library books located at the Waterloo campus Library. When you place a hold, the book will be retrieved from the shelves, placed on the new holds shelves located just...

Borrowing Policies: Students

Borrowing Privileges Undergraduate and graduate students may borrow books from the Laurier Library circulating collection (floors 2, 5, 6 and 7) and government documents that have bar codes. Reference materials and periodicals (journals and magazines) may...

Exhibits in the Library: Bharati Sethi

The Library is pleased to present, in collaboration with the Graduate Students' Association, "Do you see what I see?" by Bharati Sethi. Location: main floor, Waterloo campus Library Research statement Do you see what I see? Is a community-based...

Educational Development and Teaching Support Services

The Office of Educational Development and Teaching Support Services fosters and advances a culture that values excellence in teaching and learning at Laurier. We offer varied programming and resources for faculty, departments, academic staff, graduate...

Site index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y A Aboriginal student centre resource library Academic advising Accessibile services Account (log in to your account) Adam Matthews databases Alexander...

Theses and dissertations

Online databases Theses and Dissertations are major research projects conducted by senior university students, usually graduate students, as a degree requirement. To identify theses or dissertations, start with one of these databases: Dissertations...

Research data management

The Laurier Library provides research data management (RDM) services that support the proper creation, processing, documentation, and preservation of research data. These data can be quantitative or qualitative, primary or secondary, and can be produced...

Individual study rooms

Individual study rooms Book an individual study room (Waterloo - for students registered with the Accessible Learning Centre or for Laurier PhD candidates actively engaged in research) Individual quiet study rooms located on floors 3, 5-7. Tutoring or...

Troubleshooting off-campus access problems

What is the meaning of Network Login? Network Login refers to a valid MyLaurier account (Laurier students) or a valid Active Directory account (Laurier faculty and staff). Network Login can be used instead of using your OneCard or Alumni Card barcode...

Borrowing

For all patrons Students Faculty Campus staff Alumni Community borrowers High school students For all patrons Account management via Primo Once you have registered for an account, you can use the Primo Catalogue to: Check personal...

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