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Images on the Web

Interdisciplinary CN Images of Canada Gallery, Canadian Science and Technology Museum Canadian National Railway collection of historical photographs of Canadian life, technology, transportation, natural resources, industry, and more, from the 1850s on...

American Chemical Society Journals

The American Chemical Society (ACS) service provides access to over 35 full-text peer-review journals, C&EN (Chemistry and Engineering News), and select material from the ACS Symposium Series Online. The ACS archives covers material from 1879 to the...

Dillon Moore

Web Initiatives Librarian

Waterloo

519-884-0710 x4126

dimoore@wlu.ca

Canada Day holiday closures

For the long weekend, the hours at Laurier’s Waterloo campus Library are as follows: Saturday, June 28: Closed Sunday, June 29: Closed Monday, June 30: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 1: Closed For more information and for hours for all of our...

Web of Science

Search Web of Science's peer reviewed journals by topic, or do a "Cited Reference Search" to discover who has cited specific articles and books. For more information, see Tracking Citations. Web of Science consists of three indexes: Science Citation...

Library closed for Victoria Day long weekend

Laurier Library locations will be closed Saturday through Monday of the Victoria Day long weekend, reopening Tuesday morning. This applies the Waterloo campus Library, the Social Work Library, and the Brantford Digital Library and Learning Commons. (The...

Humanities @ WilsonWeb

Databases included:Humanities & Social Sciences Index Retrospective: 1907-1984 (H.W. Wilson)Humanities Abstracts (H.W. Wilson)This collection is now available only through the EBSCOhost interface (as of February 1, 2012).

Wilson databases (all)

Databases included: Essay and General Literature Index (H.W. Wilson) Humanities & Social Sciences Index Retrospective: 1907-1984 (H.W. Wilson) Humanities Abstracts (H.W. Wilson) Library Literature & Information Science Full Text (H.W. Wilson...

Joint programme registration

To request access to UW and/or UG electronic resources Laurier students registered in one of the joint programmes may request access to electronic resources at the partner institution by filling out this form. Within three business days you will be able...

How to put course readings on reserve

There are 3 options for submitting course reading (reserve) lists: Complete the Ares reserve form located within the Ares system Send requests via email Type or write legibly on request forms available in the Reserve Room Processing times Reserve...

Finding eBooks

How to find eBooks in Primo and on the Library's web site.

Accessibility (Waterloo)

Contacts Accessing the Library building (Waterloo campus) Research assistance Video tutorials Retrieval of materials from the stacks Library tours Individual study rooms Assistance with microfilm/microfiche Photocopying Borrowing privileges...

Course readings borrowing policies

Course readings are heavily used readings, other materials, or exams for a course, that circulate only for a short time (1 hour to 3 days). Possible loan periods 1 hour or 3 hours (For in Library use only. Photocopiers are available in all libraries) 1...

Girl Culture: An Encyclopedia

Girl Culture is intended for a broad audience, including university students. The articles reference scholarly books and journals along with web sites.

TriUniversity Data Resources

A large collection of data and statistical resources shared by the TriUniversity group of libraries. Covers Canadian and also international information. See, in particular, the Nesstar web retrieval interface.

Printing & copying

Waterloo campus Standard printing (black & white) Open your document and print using the printer icon in the top toolbar or by selecting Print from the menu. The Approve Print Job dialogue box will appear. Change the Unique Job ID to anything you...

Accounting & Tax

From ProQuest: ProQuest Accounting & Tax brings together ... global and scholarly journals with [other] resources ... covering current news and topics, as well as the trends and history influencing important accounting and tax issues of the day....

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...

Journal Citation Reports

The Journal Citation Reports on the Web (JCR® on the Web) provides sitewide access to quantifiable statistical data, offering a systematic, objective way to determine the relative importance of journals within their subject categories. It is a...

Fines

Fines Appealing Library fines Paying Library fines Fines Users with $30 or more in fines are blocked from borrowing and renewing items. Registrarial services may be withheld for students who owe $30 or more in overdue accounts. All library fines need...

Cold Regions Bibliography

Web portal for two online research bibliographies related to cold regions research: the Antarctic Bibliography and the Bibliography on Cold Regions Science and Technology. These bibliographies provide coverage of Antarctic research and exploration and...

CARMA

CARMA, or the Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis, at Wayne State University supports education on research methods and data analysis. This web site provide live and recorded webcasts of lectures on these topics.

Zotero

Zotero is a free citation management tool helps you organize all all references in one place.  Zotero helps you organize articles, books, web pages, and many other sources you use in your research.  It integrates with your web-browser, which makes...

Social Theory

From the resource's "about" page: "Social Theory is [a] ... resource for students and scholars in the humanities and social sciences. Originally conceived in 2005, the database brings together [a] ... range of influential writings representing ... trends...

Video booking (faculty)

To schedule a videotape or DVD for in-classroom viewing, complete this form at least 10 days prior to viewing. The item will be checked out to you and available for pickup 24 hours prior to the viewing date. If the video is not available in the Library's...

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