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The papers of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario : North Waterloo Region Branch are now open and available for research in Special Collections & Archives!
The Advisory Committee on the Appointment of a new University Librarian is receiving applications for the position of University Librarian.
The Library's Course reserves system will be upgraded the week of August 22. During the upgrade, the Course Reserves website will not be available.
When you look at a number, what story does it tell? This is the type of question that the Library is committed to answering through a unique local partnership.
Applications are now open for the fall term for the Library Ambassador program. We are hiring students who want to share their enthusiasm for the Library and the great services the Library has to offer.
Davis Centre Library will extend its hours for the exam period from Sunday, July 24 to Saturday, August 13, 2016.
The WatCard system will be migrated to new servers, Wednesday, June 29 to Monday, July 4. Some or all WatCard services will be unavailable during the migration window.
What will this mean for the libraries during this time period?
The University of Waterloo Library invites you to participate in this month's website usability study. Earn a $10 gift card for helping us improve the Library's website.
Building work will take place in the Davis Centre Library starting mid-June until the end of August. Some noise and disruption may occur in the silent study area located on the east side of the Library adjacent to Ring Road.
Study rooms A and L will not be available during this time. Access to a number of silent study carrels will be limited as well.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
On Friday, June 3, a team of volunteers from the University of Waterloo spent a sunny morning beautifying the Extend-A-Family Waterloo Region site for the Day of Caring with the United Way Kitchener Waterloo & Area.
Volunteers from the Faculty of Arts and the Library proved to be dedicated gardeners, as they weeded, raked, planted and watered flowers, and painted to make the Extend-A-Family site look even more beautiful and welcoming.