1. Use your WatCard
    • It’s your library card. Use it to sign out books, journals, reserve materials, and more!
    • It’s your printing and photocopying card.
    • You’ll need it to "get access from anywhere" to electronic resources from off campus.
  2. Explore the Library’s spaces
    • The Library has hundreds of study spots. Choose from study carrels, tables, and individual and group rooms!
    • Use our computers or connect to the Library’s wireless network using your own device.
    • Use the printers, photocopiers, and scanners in our locations.
    • Borrow a phone charger and discover other unique services.
  3. Sign up for a library workshop
    • Save yourself time and aggravation during the assignment crunch.
    • Attend a library workshop to learn the basics of university-level library research.
  4. Check out the Library’s subject guides
    • Subject guides direct you to the most important books and article databases in your subject area.
  5. Ask a librarian
    • Contact your subject librarian for a one-on-one research help appointment.
    • Get research help via Ask us: text, chat, email, visit or phone.

Library handouts in alternate formats

Helping a student at the services desk in the Davis Centre Library