In celebration of Black History Month, here is a selection of new and important resources in our collection, including print books, electronic books, journal articles, databases, and more. For assistance in accessing or using these or any resources in the Laurier Library collection, contact us through the “Ask Us” chat window and contact info in the right side-bar on this page, or visit us in person!
The Brantford Public Library will be closed on Monday, November 5th, 2018 for a Staff Development Day.
Laurier's online resource, course guides, video tutorials, and online chat help will still be available. The study space and group study room, along with in-person librarian help will still be available on the lower floor of Grand River Hall.
It is that time of year again. Submit your reading lists now for course reserves and the material will be available to students at the beginning of classes for the Winter Term.
Do you have ideas about the library to discuss? Do you have a passion for the Library or experience frustrations that you would like to see changed? Do you want to make the Library an exceptional student space?
Apply to be an undergraduate or graduate student member of the Library Student Advisory Council: Library Student Advisory Council application form.
Student councilors receive co-curricular credit.
Topics the council discusses includes:
This week, the Accessible Content ePortal (ACE) service passed a major milestone.
The ACE collection of accessible books for Ontario academic library users with print disabilities has surpassed 15,000 titles. Each of these titles is held by at least one of our 18 participating universities and 21 colleges, and made accessible with the help of our digitization partner, Internet Archive Canada. This collection has grown consistently since the service launched in 2013, with a 50% growth in the last two years.