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Registering

Overview Students, faculty and staff are now automatically registered with the Library. If you are having trouble signing in from off-campus, or accessing your Library account you can register your OneCard with the Library. Alumni or students in joint...

Faculty and staff registration

Complete this form if: The barcode number on your current OneCard has not been registered, OR You wish to receive your library notices via email, OR You wish to update your email address Faculty currently teaching in a joint programme may register to...

Faculty & Emeriti

Doing research Teaching and helping students Get involved Doing research Manage citations Citation trail Show your research impact with a Google Scholar Profile Conference Proceedings Citation Index Center for Research Libraries Data and...

ThomasNet

Directory of products and manufacturers in the U.S. and Canada. Search by product, company and brand and by state or province.

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...

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...

Getting started

Register your OneCard (Note: students, faculty and staff should be automatically registered) Connect from off-campus Using the Library Video tutorials  Laurier Study Skills Program Technology Printing, copying and scanning Wireless network Digital...

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...

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...

MyWorldAbroad

This interactive online guide and toolkit provides advice and information for those considering going abroad to study, volunteer, intern, teach, travel, or work. To use, register using a Laurier e-mail address. If you're not a Laurier student, staff or...

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...

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...

Accessing data for your research

The Laurier Library houses a vast collection of socio-economic data from Statistics Canada, polling firms such as Gallup and Ipsos Reid, and international agencies. These datasets are key resources for research in all faculties. This session show you how...

Community Author: call for registrants

Written a book lately? Let’s celebrate together! Community Author is a new program celebrating the book-publishing accomplishments of Laurier-affiliated authors, connecting them with each other and with an audience. The program is free to join and...

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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Help by user

Undergraduate Graduate Alumni Accessible services Online learning International High school Community Faculty

Accessibility (Brantford)

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

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...

Alumni Registration

Laurier alumni can register with the Library once they have obtained an alumni card from the Alumni Office. Complete this form or register in person at the Service Desk at Waterloo campus, Brantford campus, or Kitchener campus. Use this form: to register...

Accessibility (Kitchener)

Contacts Accessing the Library building (Kitchener campus) Research assistance Video tutorials Retrieval of materials from the stacks Library tours Quiet study Photocopying Adaptive technologies Emergency procedures Assistance at the...

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