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Campus Community Update #310 Three New Online Resources: African Diaspora: 1860 - Present, Colonial America: 1606 - 1822, and Early European Books   University Library now offers access to three new online databases to use in your research.
Workshops at the library
If there is a film that you need for a course and it is not available, please fill out the Kanopy Recommended for Purchase form and include the course title and number.
We will be open 24/7 at the end of the semester. 
This October, University Library is holding a range of events to mark International Open Access Week. Now in its tenth year, Open Access Week is a chance to celebrate the benefits of opening up knowledge for all. The theme this year is ‘designing equitable foundations for open knowledge’ – meaning working towards a truly inclusive scholarly system. 
Students walk into the University Library
Some of the top questions in the first few weeks of school include: How do I print in the library? How to I access reserves books and articles? What are the library's hours? Where is the library? How do I get a library card?