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Library tutorial PRIMO site of the month

One of the Library’s online video tutorials created by librarian Joanne Oud, called “Developing a Research Question,” has been selected as the ACRL Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online (PRIMO) site of the month for November. Many students...

Library (COVID-19) Services Update

Building access Cultural programs Laurier Archives and Special Collections Library Makerspace Robert Langen Art Gallery and exhibitions Study spaces Last updated Tab was last updated: June 8th, 2021 Building access Effective Monday April 5th, all...

Game Design and Development

Background Research Video Games Encyclopedia - online resource that allows you to search through video games by genre, platform or theme. ​ Using Keywords in Databases Try using the following terms when searching our databases: Video games,...

Design Thinking I: Foundations

If you need help, feel free to email me (mweiler@wlu.ca). Your questions help the UXD program get better. Finding academic information for user experience design Specialized search engines for user experience design Specialized search engines in... UX100

Field Instructors

About this Guide This guide provides information about access to Library resources for Social Work Field Instructors (SK399, SK499, SK541, SK649, SK600). Note: Login Credentials You will need two sets of login credentials to access course readings... Social Work

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...

Accessibility (Kitchener)

Contacts Accessing the Library building (Kitchener campus) Research assistance Accessible Content E-Portal (ACE) Video tutorials Retrieval of materials from the stacks Library tours Quiet study Photocopying Adaptive technologies Emergency...

Athletics and Societies in the Modern World

Librarian Hello! In addition to the information provided below, and the links to brief web tutorial videos, please do not hesitate to connect with me if you are looking for specific sources, need help in determining resources, or if you want to meet via... HI355

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...

Thesis

Spaces to be productive Bookable study space in library opens On and off-campus access On-campus access When you are on-campus and connected to the Internet, you will automatically be connected to the deep web Off-campus access Students can access... PS499

Accessibility (Brantford)

Contacts Accessing the Library building (Brantford campus) Research assistance Accessible Content E-Portal (ACE) Video tutorials Retrieval of materials from the stacks Group study rooms Assistance with microfilm/microfiche Photocopying...

Methods in Global Studies

Advanced Search Techniques Below, you'll find a number of resources that will help you with the Research Proposal Assignment. The research process is broken out below into 6 steps below, with examples of search strategies written out for you. You can... GS202

Accessibility (Waterloo)

Contacts Accessing the Library building (Waterloo campus) Research assistance Accessible Content E-Portal (ACE) Video tutorials Retrieval of materials from the stacks Library tours Individual study rooms Assistance with microfilm/microfiche...

Youth & Children's Studies Community Service Learning

Finding children's books and resources on a topic The Brantford Public Library has a rich collection of children's novels, picture books, graphic novels, youth videos, teen novels, and non-fiction books for children and teens To search for a children's... YC300-BR

American Cinema, 1929-69

About this Guide This guide was created for FS264 students. It includes information to help with the annotated bibliography and research essay assignments. Finding Scholarly Sources a) Peer-reviewed Articles Peer review is a process that involves... FS264

Integrating Theory and Practice

About this Guide This guide was created for SK536 students. It provides information about doing a literature review, finding sources that contribute to evidence-based practice, critically evaluating sources of information, and citing. Doing a Literature... SK536

Feminism & Print Culture in Britain

About this Guide This guide was created for EN612 students. It provides information about searching digital archives for primary source material about the history of feminism in Britain. Getting Started To access online resources from off campus, login... EN612

Film History to 1950

About this Guide This guide was created for FS240 students. It includes information to help with the Nickelodeon Assignment. Getting Started Keep track of good sources when you find them by taking notes so that it will be easier to reference the... FS240

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...

Shakespeare's Tragedies and Histories

About this Guide This guide was created for EN234 students. It provides information about searching for videos and finding scholarly research about Shakespeare and his plays. Getting Started To access online resources from off campus, login with your... EN234

Research in Social Psychology

Surface Web and Deep Web Surface web: The region of the World Wide Web that anyone with Internet connect can access for free. Deep web: The region of the World Wide Web that requires passwords or subscriptions to access. By some estimates, the deep web... PS370

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