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Individual study rooms (Waterloo)

Reserve an individual study room. Individual study rooms can be reserved by students registered with the Accessible Learning Centre or by active Laurier PhD candidates. Individual quiet study rooms located on floors 3, 5-7 of the Waterloo campus library...

Books to Go

The Library now provides access to our print collections through a delivery van service called Books to Go. You can pickup items at pre-determined pickup locations for each campus. A quick overview of the service: This service is available to Laurier...

First year undergraduate students

Welcome to Wilfrid Laurier University! Things may be a little different now that you’re in university from when you were in high school and we want to make this transition as easy for you as possible. We have designed this module to give you an overview...

Data and Statistics

Portals CANSIM at Statistics Canada CANSIM is StatCans statistical database. It contains thousands of tables and reports from all fields odesi ODESI contains microdata from Statistics Canada, Elections Canada, as well as polling data. Build your...

Searching for scholarly literature

Learn about methods for searching databases to find relevant scholarly literature about a research topic. Unpack what scholarly literature means, determine where to search for scholarly literature within your discipline, use advanced database search...

Clickbait science: understanding research impact

Where should you publish? How should you manage your online profile? Issues around authorship, copyright and publication agreements. Learn about bibliometrics, citation analysis, impact factors, altmetrics and other publication related topics. Part of...

Library Session for International/Exchange Students (October 1st, 2019)

Welcome to Laurier! No matter which country you are from, the library is the place where you'll feel at home. This library session will introduce you to the key library resources and services. Ask any questions you may have about the library. Instructor...

Library Session for International/Exchange Students (October 3rd, 2019)

Welcome to Laurier! No matter which country you are from, the library is the place where you'll feel at home. This library session will introduce you to the key library resources and services. Ask any questions you may have about the library. Instructor...

Library closed for Victoria Day long weekend

Laurier Library locations will be closed Saturday through Monday of the Victoria Day long weekend, reopening Tuesday morning. This applies the Waterloo Campus Library, the Social Work Library, and the Brantford Digital Library and Learning Commons. (The...

Library closed for Labour Day long weekend

Laurier Library locations will be closed Saturday through Monday of the Labour Day long weekend, reopening Tuesday morning. This applies the Waterloo campus Library, the Social Work Library, and the Brantford Digital Library and Learning Commons. (The...

Library closed Victoria Day

Laurier Library locations will be closed Saturday through Monday of the Victoria Day long weekend, reopening Tuesday morning. This applies the Waterloo Campus Library, the Social Work Library, and the Brantford Digital Library and Learning Commons. (The...

International Students' Halloween Get-together

International and exchange students, welcome to the library and let's have a Halloween get-together! It will be a great opportunity to learn about the Halloween tradition in Canada. The library staff will dress up as their favorite movie-themed character...

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Resource Guide for 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) and Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) Last updated: August 11, 2020 Introduction This guide presents information resources on the topic of the pandemic. This resource is intended for research purposes...

Finding legislation and its analysis

Even if you’re a Law student, finding Legislation (Bills, Statutes, Acts, Laws, Regulations), how it’s been used in court, and what the legal community thinks of it all, can be overwhelming! Learn about the legislative process to produce our laws, and...

Keeping your research data safe with data management planning

Where do you store your research? How do you describe your variables and parameters? How do you manage your REB and publishing requirements at the same time? This session will introduce you to research data management (RDM), a key component of research...

Tri-Agency Data Management Policy Initiative, Institutional Strategies and Tools For Success

The Workshop On May 15, 2018, Wilfrid Laurier University will be presenting a workshop on Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy Initiatives, Institutional Strategies and Tools for Success. This is in advance of the Tri-Agency initiative to develop a...

Online learning

What's available? Books and Articles Research Help Citing sources Visiting one of our Campuses? Key contacts What's available to online students? Introduction to the Library for Online Students (video) Books and Articles Course readings (...

Library to participate in Faculty of Social Work Mental Health Week event

The Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) Mental Health Week takes place May 1-7, and the Faculty of Social Work is bringing this important national event to the Kitchener campus. Dr. Jennifer Poole, Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate...

Library Launches Books to Go Service to Access Print Collections

The Library's new Books to Go service is now providing access to limited print collections. Books to Go Service As part of phased re-opening of services, the Library will be providing access to our print and physical collections through the use of...

Staff

Welcome Just like students and faculty, all staff of Wilfrid Laurier University have full access to the collections and services of the Laurier Library. We welcome you to let us help you and support you in your work, private learning, and fun! Our...

NWT Minister of Environment and Natural Resources visits Laurier Archives

On Oct. 11 the Laurier Archives hosted a visit by Laurier faculty members and senior officials from the university and the government of Canada’s Northwest Territories.  The visitors, including The Honourable J. Michael Miltenberger, The Northwest...

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