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Bloomsbury Collections

Bloomsbury Publishing publishes thousands of books on a variety of topics such as religion, film & media, history, law, literature, philosophy, and politics. This is the platform they use for all ebook content they provide access to. Titles can be...

Scholars Portal Books

This resource provides access to the full text of tens of thousands of electronic books (ebooks), and allows you to search from among tens of thousands more, from a wide variety of publishers. Scholars Portal Books is actually a platform that OCUL members...

Accessible services

Laurier Library is committed to providing accessible services and facilities to all members of the Laurier community. Please contact the library's Accessible Services Associate, Anne Leask with any questions about the services offered. Information about...

Cambridge Journals

Laurier Library provides access to all journals on this platform, through a deal with CRKN.

Cambridge Histories

The Cambridge Histories series have been a recognized component of academic research library and we have many print copies from this series in our collection. Through the library's purchase of the "Complete Cambridge Histories Online" collection, you now...


Launched in 2003 by the Lund University in Sweden, this resource is the community curated directory for thousands of open access journals, providing information and links to such periodicals from around the world. It covers all areas of science,...

Laurier Archives

Bookable research appointments The Laurier Archives and Special Collections has now re-opened for bookable appointments. Appointments are available 10 am to 1 pm or 2 pm to 4 pm, Monday through Friday. Please click here to book an appointment. For more...

Waterloo Library Schedule for Easter Weekend

The Waterloo campus library will be closed for Good Friday at midnight Friday morning. It will re-open for 24-hour access on Saturday April 16 at 11 am. Extended hours will continue until the following Saturday April 23 at 11 pm. See current Waterloo...

Extended library hours during winter exam period

The Waterloo campus library will be open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week during April final exam period to support our students. Reminder: Masks are still required to be worn in the Library at all times. You may remove your mask briefly to eat and...

Searching for Indigenous Scholarship in Social Work

Getting started Terminology Searching for articles Searching for books Nontraditional sources Getting started This page has been created to help you search for Indigenous scholarship, which can mean: ...

The history of libraries: An author reading

At this library event, the author of "The history of libraries" will read select passages. Discussion will follow.

Indigenous Peoples of North America

This resource provides a variety of primary source materials on the indigenous peoples of the United States and Canada, such as manuscripts, monographs, newspapers, photographs, motion pictures, images of artwork, and more. It was created to meet the...

Empirical Research Paper

This guide provides information sources to help you complete an empirical research paper in Economics. It focuses on using library resources to write a literature review and to find the data you need to conduct quantitative modeling and empirical analysis... EC665/EC315/EC455

Lauren Bourdages

Copyright & Reserves Supervisor


519-884-0710 x4916

Waterloo campus library accessible services

Accessing the Library building (Waterloo campus) Library tours Individual study rooms Adaptive technologies Retrieval of materials from the stacks Assistance with microfilm/microfiche Photocopying Emergency procedures Welcome to the Waterloo...

Brantford campus library accessible services

Accessing the Library buildings (Brantford campus) Retrieval of materials from the stacks Group study rooms Assistance with microfilm/microfiche Photocopying Adaptive technologies Emergency procedures Welcome to Laurier Brantford Library...

Kitchener campus library accessible services

Accessing the Library building (Kitchener Faculty of Social Work) Library tours Quiet study Adaptive technologies Research assistance Retrieval of materials from the stacks Photocopying Emergency procedures Welcome to the Kitchener Faculty...

Elzbieta Kucharska

User Services/Access Services Associate


519-884-0710 x3412

Robert Noecker

Access Services & User Services Associate


519-884-0710 x4910

Jennifer Dufton

Coordinator: Library Collections Maintenance


519-884-0710 x2968

Directed Study

About this guide This guide was created for the HE900 scoping review team. It provides a project outline and resources for doing a scoping review. Rationale for scoping review There is expressed interest from caregivers... HE900

Ania Szablewski

User Services / Access Services Associate


North American Women's Drama

Full-text plays along with biographical information and information about theatres, productions and production companies. Chiefly American playwrights, with some Canadian. Contains about 1500 plays, more than 30% of which have not been previously...

Asian American Drama

Includes the full-text of more than 250 plays, together with biographical, production, and theatrical information. Includes plays with historical and sociological relevance. About half the plays were not previously published. Search by keyword, playwright...

English Drama

From the resource's own description: "English Drama contains more than 3,900 plays in verse and prose from the late thirteenth century - the likely date of the Shrewsbury Fragments - to the early twentieth. It offers exhaustive coverage of the prodigious...