UPDATE: 1/21/2019 Request and recalls have been restored. Thank you for your patience.
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Oxford Handbooks Online is a collection of authoritative, updated handbooks in 14 subject areas including classical studies, history, law, linguistics. music, neuroscience, psychology, religion, and more. The Leddy Library currently subscribes to a subset of handbooks on this platform but during this trial all the handbooks will be available.
In response to increased interest in streaming video and music services, the Leddy Library has arranged product trials for three products:
Happy Open Access Week!
One of the ways that the Leddy Library supports making access free to the reader, is by the support and hosting of scholarly journals, including openly licensed ones. The Leddy Library provides software, support and hosting services for academic journals, monographs, and conferences that manage the process from submission to publication.
We currently host the following journals:
Have you always wanted to write a novel? This November, you can write your book at the Leddy Library!
November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). NaNoWriMo is a non-profit organization that fosters community and support in creative endeavours.
The challenge is this: write a 50,000-word novel in 30 days! So many people get bogged down worrying about grammar and writing poignant prose that they can’t finish a novel. Write your first draft during NaNoWriMo, and the editing can wait until December!
The Leddy Library is hosting a week-long lecture series to celebrate the 10th annual International Open Access Week.
Open Access week takes place October 22 to 28 and is an opportunity for researchers around the world to continue to learn about the benefits of Open Access, to share their experience with colleagues, and to help improve access to scholarship and research around the world.
The Leddy library is excited to announce its recent increase in coverage of the historic newspaper, the Detroit Free Press. Previously covering issues from 1831-1922, Leddy now has access to 1923-1999 as well!
Safari Books discontinued
Safari Books, a package of 299 technology e-books from O’Reilly Media, has been discontinued by the vendor and is no longer available to students, faculty and staff. O’Reilly has replaced the previous package with a new e-learning platform, similar to Lynda.com. The University of Windsor already provides free access to Lynda.com for students, faculty and staff!
Here at the Leddy Library, we’re gearing up for a large group of new students to flock to the library! We have lots of resources—from research help to assistance with finding data and statistics. But did you know that every discipline has their very own librarian?
Our information services librarians liaise with different departments, and they can help you to succeed here at the University of Windsor. They can assist you in finding relevant, scholarly resources for your papers, figuring out how to navigate databases, evaluating resources, and much more!
The UWill Discover Student Research Collaboratory@Leddy will provide the University of Windsor’s most inquisitive minds with state-of-the-art dynamic space to share their findings and develop collaborative relationships with partners from across campus and globally. This innovative digital space will serve not only as a virtual window to the world, but also as a physical community encouraging collaborative communities of inquiry and knowledge creation.