Since March of this year the Library's Student Engagement Committee has moved all of its activities online. Participate in a short survey to let us know how you experienced our virtual events and contests during this transition.
1:00 to 2:15 pm
Creating a Corpus or Dipping your Toes into Digital Humanities Data
Get comformable with Digital Scholar Lab’s search , build, clean, and analyse functions.
Presenters: Sarah Ketchley, digital humanities specialist and Kevin Kohls, Gale primary sources consultant.
Brace your elves - it's almost exam time!
It's almost exam time, but no worries the Library has everything you need to see you through the end of term, including academic resources and some sweet treats!
It’s holiday time up in the Library, and all the geese are shouting, “It’s Holi-yay! Rock out with your beak out.” This year we’ve created a comprehensive list of DIY activities to enjoy as you take a break and relieve some stress. We have so many activities, and you might need an assignment planner to help plan and time your DIYs. Okay, maybe it’s not that serious, but your assignments are! Check out the Library assignment planner and see how it could help you better break down your assignments into manageable steps.
Holi-yay! is just around the corner and we are delivering packages of goodies straight to your inbox every day of the week from December 7 to 11, 2020.
Provide us with your email and you’ll receive a Holi-yay! newsletter with holiday playlists, recipes, fun facts, information about library resources and much more.
This session will explain how the Library and the W Store can help provide your students with access to your course materials. From textbooks to articles, you will learn about the important considerations and limitations when providing content in a fully online environment. You will also come away from this session with a firm understanding of the services provided by the Library and the W Store, like Course Reserves and Textbook Adoption, to support the provision and distribution of course materials.
Remembrance Day is a day for all Canadians to remember the men and women who served and sacrificed for their country. Every year, at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, every individual, young and old, is encouraged to take a moment of silence, to give thanks and to remember the many who have fallen in the service of their country, and to acknowledge the courage of those who still serve.
Altough this year we cannot gather to honour and remember, the Library has assembled this page to connect us virtually.
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Remembrance Day is a day for all Canadians to remember the men and women who served and sacrificed for their country.
The Library offers a variety of resources and services designed to support online learning. Now we would like to hear from you!
Thrive Week is coming up! Through November 2-6, the Library is offering you a chance to win a felt board valued at $40! Participate in our Thrive Week Bingo card to get a well-deserved break and an opportunity to learn more about library resources and our events!
Trick or treat yo-self to Library resources and candy!
Do you want tricks or treats this Halloween season? Why not have both! Solve the mystery by visiting the booths in our virtual services fair. Once you know the answer, submit it for a chance to win some Squish candy! You will be able to learn more about the services and resources we offer to support your academic success!
The University of Waterloo Library is hosting a free webinar on digital scholarship.
Happy fall reading week everyone! We've put together some fun activities for the week. Enjoy!
Hey Warriors! Did you enjoy Library Week and the Avengers theme? Well, it's not over just yet! Nanobyte, the Library's avenger, is putting together a team.
Avengers assemble! Join us for a week of fun and educational Avengers-themed events.
Calling out to all scientists! The Avengers need your help! Fill in the blanks of the stories to learn more about the science behind the Avengers.
We've created these fun Avengers online puzzles using open licensed images.
Have you every wondered which Avenger you are most like? Have you ever wondered what types of books you would read as an Avenger?
Marvel's Avengers are hard-working heroes that deserve a little fun! Choose an image below and show us how even after a day of saving the world these Avengers can have a good time.
Using open licensed images, we've created three Avengers-themed bookmarks that you can print and use!
Groot is very wise and knowledgeable. Groot uses his research skills to learn about the resources and services available through the Information Services and Resources department.
Assemble your fave team of Avengers with these library services cards. Eighteen to collect!
Join our Library Week Avengers scavenger hunt throughout the Library's website. Your task is to find and collect all six of the infinity stones to complete your gauntlet before Thanos does.
What kind of drink would Captain America like? What kind of book would he read?
How do you stay strong like an Avenger?
The Avengers are a very busy group, spending so much of their time saving the world again and again from various evils.