What's New at the Library

As previously announced, the library is continuing our goal to expand access to online information through two new ebook pilots.

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Celebrating Laurier Achievements is a program that honours the scholarly work and creative endeavours of faculty, students, librarians, staff, alumni, and retirees.

Rohini Patel is a doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto’s Department of History and is the recipient of the 2020 Joan Mitchell Travel Award.

The Laurier Library in partnership with Neruda Arts will launch the Kindness Project on Friday November 12th, 2021.

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In light of Treaties Recognition Week, the Office of Indigenous Initiatives has put together this list of works to help us understand our responsibilities as settlers while researching, learning, teaching, and living on the Haldimand Tract and across Turtle Island. This list consists of foundational works that lay out historical context of treaty rights and sovereignty that are local to the areas in which Wilfrid Laurier University is situated on.

The Laurier University Library recognizes the second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. We stand in support of and are committed to, the process of reconciliation with Indigenous communities...

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Published a book lately? Produced a film? Composed music?

Let’s celebrate!

The Library Undergraduate Research Award committee has announced this year's award winners.

The Library Undergraduate Research Awards are given to recognize undergraduate students who demonstrate exceptional use of any library's resources as part of their regular coursework. Get more information on the awards including details on applying

Register here for a series of research data management webinars hosted by the Laurier Library about the new RDM policy, data management planning, and data archiving with Dataverse.

To tailor these sessions for a direct meeting with your research team,  please email Michael Steeleworthy, Coordinator, Research Data Services and Data Librarian at researchdata@wlu.ca or by online form.