Music students from the School of Creative Arts have worked with the Leddy Library as part of Dr. Sally Bick's class Studies in the Music of North American Culture to develop an online tour of the musical scene in Windsor http://cdigs.uwindsor.ca/music-windsor-essex.The digital exhibit entitled City of Music showcases the diverse musical genres at play in the city. So take some time to explore!
Leddy Library will be hosting a free screening of the movie Bon Cop Bad Cop for National Canadian Film Day 150 (NCFD 150). The event will be held in the Leddy Library comfy seating area (behind the Brown Gold Café) on Wednesday, April 12th at 7 PM.
The film pairs Patrick Huard as David Bouchard, a rule-bending detective for the Sûreté du Québec, with Colm Feore’s Martin Ward, a by-the-book Ontario Provincial Police detective.
Games are good for you! (Yes, we have the science to back up this claim). So why not take a break from studying in the Leddy Library and grab a friend or two and play a game from our new shelf of games. You can loan the games for a day.
Here is what we currently have on offer:
The library has encountered a problem with the Statistics Canada web site that may impact your work. The CANSIM database (the source for most social and economic Canadian statistics) is not functioning at present. Faculty and students who need this data can access our backup version of the CANSIM database through the University of Toronto CHASS system:
For the past several years the Leddy Library has partnered with the Polish community of Windsor to build a collection of English language materials reflective of the cultural, historical, and economic history of Poland and the Polish people. Many thanks to the Polonia Centre for its annual collections donation to the Leddy Library, in support of this important collection.
Two presentations by James Elmborg are happening on March 8th and 9th, 2017 at the University of Windsor.
March 8, 10:00: “Critical Library Practice and Why It Matters”, Leddy Library 302, West Building.
March 9, 4:00: “Digital Humanities and New Modes of Collaborative Scholarship”, Memorial Hall 105.