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Laurier Library Commemorates the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation
Books on energy for Science Literacy Week
Welcome to new and returning students!
Fall Term 2023 at RLAG: #hopeandhealingcanada – Tracey-Mae Chambers
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From 6:00 pm on Friday September 22 to 11am on Sunday September 24, access to the Waterloo campus library will require use of One Card.
SensusAccess, a text remediation tool, is now available. Use it to upload a document and add accessibility to it automatically. For additional accessibility, the Library also has an improved alternate format service for people with print disabilities.
Laurier Archives and Special Collections is pleased to announce new archives, special collections, and rare books available to researchers.
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Learn the very basics (or come for a refresher) on how Canadian laws are made, their key parts and where to find them. Discover resources for the analysis of laws and their impact, and how they have been interpreted in judicial proceedings.
Part of the ASPIRE series of Library workshops for Graduate Students.
Learn strategies for creating a focused question that will streamline your thesis or dissertation research and help you finish on time.
Part of the ASPIRE series of workshops for graduate students.
Learn how to use Mendeley to streamline how you collect sources and create bibliographies.