October is Canadian Library Month, a time when your Library takes the opportunity to celebrate the role we have in teaching, learning and research at University of Waterloo.
Each year in October, University of Waterloo Library hosts its biggest event of the year - Library Day - to show our appreciation for the students, faculty and staff that we serve every day! This year's Library Day is better than ever. A new Fall Fair theme promises a day filled with free food and fun!
This year's theme, "Open in order to..." prompts us to think about the practical benefits of making scholarship openly available, to consider how and why open scholarship should be pursued at all levels of higher education, and to encourage discussion on how to achieve these objectives.
October is United Way month at the University of Waterloo, and the Library is showing it's colours in support of the local organization.
Dana Porter and Davis Centre libraries, along with many other departments on campus, draped themselves in red streamers and balloons on October 3rd, the annual Day of Red. Take this opportunity to learn more about the United Way, and keep your eyes open for fundraising activites happing across campus throughout the month!
Special Collections & Archives is pleased to host "Family Ties: Ontario Turns 150" a traveling exhibit from the Archives of Ontario. On display in our reading room for the month of October, this five-panel exhibit traces the lives of five family groups in Ontario during the Confederation Era.