An overview of Library services available to graduate students. Doing research Library subject guides Library online tutorials Research workshops for graduate students Including, library workshops as part of the ASPIRE program (professional skills development training program) About scholarly communication Manage citations Scholars Commons @ Laurier CARMA: webcasts on research methods and analysis Using research materials Course readings (reserves) Borrowing policies Borrow directly from Canadian universities Getting material from other libraries Theses and dissertations Help with research Subject guides We provide online help guides for each subject area. Tutorials We have many short tutorials to help with tips and strategies for research. Subject Librarians Each academic program has a subject librarian who helps with research in that area. Your librarian will be happy to talk with you. Find your librarian at our listing of Subject Librarians, or use our Book a Librarian form to schedule an appointment. Quick help If you need quick help, contact us at the main floor Help & Services desk (at the Waterloo Campus), through email or our online Ask Us chat service. For more information on research help, see Library Research Assistance. Working and studying in the Library building Graduate Commons study space General study areas Book a study space Computers and technology Printing, copying and scanning Getting involved Consider applying to be on our Library Student Advisory Council Accessibility The Library supports students with disabilities through a variety of services. For more information see the Accessibility hub or contact our accessibility team at email@example.com.