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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 22nd, 2021 Building access Effective Monday April 5th, all...

Accessible Content E-portal (ACE) service request

Note: ACE Services are available with some COVID-related restrictions. Availability is limited to books that are available at specific University of Toronto libraries. If not available through ACE, Library staff will attempt to locate a digital copy of...

Criminology

Criminology is a behavioural science that studies crime and criminal justice and tends to also involve legal, psychological and sociological perspectives. There are many different paths for doing criminology research depending on what topic you are...

Newspapers

Newspapers are located on the 3rd floor of Laurier Waterloo Library Current print copies are shelved between the two sets of offices, until microform is received. Microfilm issues are located in cabinets near Government Documents. Title/Full text...

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...

Balderdash Reading Series

Join us for the second Balderdash poetry reading of Fall 2017 on Thursday evening. The Balderdash Literary Series will be held at the Robert Langen Art Gallery located inside the Library on Laurier's Waterloo campus. Our aim? To connect the Laurier...

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Resource Guide for 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) and Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) Last updated: May 7, 2021 Introduction This guide presents information resources on the topic of the pandemic. This resource is intended for research purposes only...

Laurier works with Ipsos and Ontario Council of University Libraries to make national polling data freely available

WATERLOO – Wilfrid Laurier University, in collaboration with the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL), is making a trove of nationally significant polling data, donated by market research firm Ipsos Canada, freely available to the world online...

Marketing Plan Assignment

Welcome to Laurier Library's Marketing Plan Assignment course guide for BU 352. This guide provides information sources to help you research and analyze each section of the Marketing Plan assignment: Market Trend Analysis, Environmental Analysis,... BU352

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

Citation styles

APA style (American Psychological Association) MLA style (Modern Language Association) Turabian (Chicago Manual of Style) CSE ASA Government publications Data and statistics Music APA style Overview How to cite in APA style Quick guides APA...

February is Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, here is a selection of books in our collection. For assistance in accessing or using these or any resources in the Laurier Library collection, contact us through "Ask Us" in the help menu and on most Library pages. ...

Research Paper and Seminar

Welcome to EC481 course guide. This guide provides information sources to help you complete a research paper that applies economic analysis to a policy issue. It focuses on using library resources to select a topic and frame your research question, write... EC481

New Venture Integrated Guide

Welcome to New Venture Integrated Guide. You may use it to prepare for your new venture projects and competition. It incorporates key information sources into one guide to help you conduct research on a new product or service, particularly focusing on... BU121