Service for Grad Students

  • Grad Navigate workshops and services that will provide you with advice and practical skills necessary for success in today’s highly competitive job market.
  • Borrowing and Renewing: Use your Campus Card to borrow up to 100 items for 120 days with one renewal, subject to recall.
  • Interlibrary Loans: Our interlibrary loan system, called RACER, is used to place orders for items not held in the library's collection.
  • Visiting other Libraries: Your Campus Card can be used to borrow books at almost all academic libraries in Canada.
  • Graduate Study Spaces: Study carrels, study rooms, and lockers are available to graduate students. They are located on the 5th floor of the library. Student must fill out an application form to reserve space.
  • Course-related Library Instruction: Contact a library subject specialist to arrange an in-class session tailored to a course assignment or to the specific research needs of your students.
  • Professional Skills Workshops: The Library offers a slate of professional research skills workshops. Events are co-sponsored by the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs.
    • Citation Management: Explore some of the many available tools that help you manage and organize the references you gather during your research.
    • NVivo: Introduction to a qualitative data analysis tool. See how NVivo can help you keep your research project organized. Learn how to create projects and import a wide variety of data types (text, audio, video, social media).
  • Scholarly Communications: Resources for authors and researchers.
  • Open Access: Resources for authors and researchers, including depositing your research data in Dataverse.
  • A resource for graduate students to enhance the professional skills so that they can succeed during their studies and research, and in their career paths. Includes a number online modules on topics including teaching & learning, career development, community engagement, entrepreneurship, and much more.
Content last updated: February 14, 2019