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Please be advised that there has been a Public Advisory from Canada Post Regarding a Potential Work Disruption.
We would like to assure our patrons that the University Library has a contingency plan in place to ensure the needs of our clients (specifically interlibrary loans) will continue to be met if a postal strike occurs.
To learn more, please view the news release from Canada Post.
For years our patrons have been asking for colour photocopying, and now we have it! The second copier on the first floor will now do colour copying at $.25 a page, so remember to top up your print account at the check-out desk on the way up.
The machine will not automatically switch to colour copying if your material is colour. Once you have logged in and are on the main copy screen you need to select More and Colour, then the machine will know to use colour for your job. Instructions will be posted by the copier if you forget.
Would you like to learn more about librarianship or explore it as a possible career path?
This winter term The University will be offering a new class, The Internship in Library and Information Studies (INCC 380.3).
The internship will be to introduce undergraduates to professional librarianship, with an emphasis on an academic library setting. Interns participate in seminar discussions as well as appropriate, meaningful work in order to advance projects in the University Library while earning course credit. The course consists of a weekly 2-hour discussion-based seminar (which will include guest lecturers and student presentations) and 70-75 hours on site under the joint supervision of the instructor and a workplace supervisor.
For class information and the application form please click here.
Registration for the 2016-2017 academic year opens in June, we look forward to seeing your application!
Pre-requisites: 60 credits and permission from the instructor.
Contact Candice Dahl for more information.