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Finding articles How do I find articles? Articles by subject Databases by title (A-Z) Journals by title Finding specific article types News articles Trade journal articles Peer-reviewed articles Working with articles Evaluating resources:...

Laurier Library history

1910 The Canada Synod and the Synod of Central Canada of the Lutheran Church entered into an agreement to establish a Lutheran Seminary. The location first proposed for the Seminary was Toronto. Waterloo was selected when its citizens offered a tract of...

Volunteering

Volunteers The Library does not accept volunteers. Regular Library work should be done by paid librarian, staff, or student employees. Unpaid placements As an academic library, the Library supports student education and encourages the development of...

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The Library offers one-on-one research consultations by appointment.

Graduate Carrels

Graduate carrels, with lockable drawers, are available for researchers at Wilfrid Laurier University, with priority given to those in a graduate program. These carrels are located along the outside perimeter of floors 4 through 7 in the Library. Carrels...

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Accessible service policy

​​​​​​Our commitment As a unit of Wilfrid Laurier University, the Laurier Library will adopt and implement the Accessible Service Policy for Persons with Disabilities (8.10) established by the University in 2010 (revised August 30, 2016) in compliance...

Student Health and Development

The Student Health and Development Centre is a wellness resource centre with the mission of providing services that will aid in the development, health and overall personal and academic success of all students. The Centre offers audiovisual and print...

Laurier Centre for Women and Trans People*

The Laurier Centre for Women and Trans People* is a student service that strives to build a community of people and ideas that challenge and examine gender inequalities. The Centre has a collection of books that are catalogued under the Primo Library...

Getting started

Register your OneCard (Note: students, faculty and staff should be automatically registered) Connect from off-campus Using the Library Video tutorials Laurier Study Skills Program Technology Printing, copying and scanning Wireless network...

Evaluating resources

Evaluating resources: checklist Magazines vs scholarly journals Peer-reviewed articles/refereed journals Finding quality on the Internet Google Wikipedia Video Tutorials What is a peer reviewed journal? Identifying peer reviewed...

Evaluating resources

 Using Good Sources: Evaluating What You Find Author What are the author's qualifications? (education, past writings) If the author is part of an organization, what is the purpose of that organization? Publisher For journal articles, is the journal...

Citation trail

Tracking citations, or "following a citation trail," allows you to start with one publication and find research that refers to it. The number of times a publication is cited by other researchers is one indication of the influence of that publication....

Building tours

Tour the Laurier Library and learn all about the resources and services we have to offer. Learn more about all the free services available, including research help, online and in-person tutorials, and much more! To request a tour for a specific time or...

Use of electronic resources

The Wilfrid Laurier University Library licenses many electronic resources for its staff, faculty, and current students including indexes, databases, e-journals, and e-books. Access to these resources is governed by contractual agreements (license...

Shelf search

Looking for a book that is listed as "in Library" but not on the Waterloo campus shelves? The Library will search for this item for you.  Please fill in this form. If located, you will receive an email informing you that the item is available for pickup...

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