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Meredith Fischer

Social Sciences & Humanities Liaison Librarian

Kitchener

519-884-0710 x4973

mefischer@wlu.ca

Eun-ha Hong

Liaison Librarian, Library Services for International Students

Waterloo

519-884-0710 x3503

ehong@wlu.ca

Michelle Goodridge

Liaison Librarian, Social Sciences and Humanities

Brantford

519-756-8228 x5411

mgoodridge@wlu.ca

Recommend an item for purchase

The Library purchases print and electronic journals, books, databases, government documents, music scores, and various audio and visual media. The decision to purchase is primarily the responsibility of the liaison librarian in consultation with a faculty...

Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds is an occasional series by liaison librarian Anne Kelly highlighting connections between current and past events and the resources in Laurier's Library. For her first two entries: Where's Franklin? Volcanoes in Hawaii

Collections and Acquisitions

Collection development and management Gifts Acquisitions Collection development and management Liaison librarians, in cooperation with faculty in each academic department, select new library materials in all formats and make decisions on how items...

Research assistance

Omni Help Get help with the new Omni search tool Email the Library Omni team with questions, comments, or to discuss a problem To report a problem with Omni, use the Omni problem form In Person Book a Librarian: make an appointment for a research...

Library Omni Search Maintenance - Sunday July 12, 2020

On Sunday July 12th the Library's Omni Discovery service will undergo maintenance by our vendor. During this time users may experience minor interruptions. Following the maintenance window we anticipate that changes will be present in Omni search features...

Undergraduates

Doing research Using research materials Working in the Library Key contacts Get involved Doing research Library subject guides Video tutorials Manage citations Using research materials Course readings (reserves) Borrowing policies Borrow...

Inquiring Minds: The Ebola Epidemic

The Ebola outbreak has hit hardest in the Western African countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia where to date more than 10,000 people have been infected. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Ebola has been successfully eliminated in...

Data Archiving

Data Archiving The Laurier Library provides research data archiving services to the university community. The Laurier Library Research Data Repository offers long-term data archiving, DOIs, and support from a team of data managers. All files are housed...

Graduate Students

Printable guide Doing research Using research materials Working in the Library Key contacts Getting involved Printable Guide Printable graduate student guide (PDF) Doing research Library subject guides Library online tutorials Research...

High school students

Orientation sessions The Laurier Library offers senior level high school students an opportunity to gain experience with library research at the university level. Contact with the Library's High School Liaison Coordinator is initiated by the high school...

Inquiring Minds: Where's Franklin?

You’ve probably heard of Where’s Waldo, but you may not have heard of one of the greatest mysteries of the nineteenth century — Where’s Franklin? Sir John Franklin and his 128-member crew were presumed lost at sea after being last seen alive in May 1845...

Inquiring Minds: Volcanoes in Hawaii

Some of Hawaii’s Big Island residents are facing the threat of increased lava flow from its active southeastern volcano, Kilauea. Close by, Volcanoes National Park was designated a World Heritage Site in 1987 and attracts more than 2.6 million visitors...

Three librarians to join Laurier Library

Three new librarians have been appointed at the Wilfrid Laurier University Library. Nazia Sheikh and Yanli Li have been appointed as School of Business and Economics Librarians (continuing track and LTA respectively), while Mark Weiler has been appointed...

Library Support for Online Courses

Support During Course Development Introducing you to Library resources and systems Setting up and troubleshooting your access to Library resources Helping you learn to use Library search tools and giving you advice on search strategies Providing links...

Faculty, Contract Teaching Faculty and Emeriti & Retired Faculty

Welcome to the Laurier Library! We have developed this guide as an easy "go to" for a lot of your questions about the Laurier Library's resources and services.A little about us, Laurier Library is one of 14 members of the Ontario Council of University...

General collection development policy

Collection principles and goals Collection policies are available at: http://library.wlu.ca/about/policies/collection Laurier Archives Collection Policies are available at: https://library.wlu.ca/about/policies/collection/archives Build a Focused...

Temporary Social Work Library now open in Room FSW-002

Laurier’s Faculty of Social Work Library has been temporarily moved to a new location following repeated water leakage in its regular space in early January, 2017. The Social Work Library has been relocated to Room FSW-002 on the lower level of the...

Site index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y A Academic Support and Advising (University service) Accessibile services ACE (Accessible Content E-Portal) Adam Matthews databases Alexander Street Press databases Alumni (...

Systematic Reviews

Systematic Reviews - Definition A systematic review brings together all empirical evidence that fits specific eligibility criteria to answer a very direct research question. Key characteristics of a systematic review are: a clear and concise question,... Science