Services for Graduate 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: Use your Campus Card to borrow up to 500 items for 120 days with unlimited 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 remain closed to graduate students due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 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).
  • ORCID - stands for Open Researcher Contributer ID 
  • Scholarly Communications: Resources for authors and researchers.
  • Open Access: Resources for authors and researchers, including depositing your research data in Dataverse.
Content last reviewed: January 26, 2021