The Leddy Library has two display cases where we showcase aspects of our collections and highlight particular events. Sometimes we lend out the use of display case; right now in our front lobby you can find a great display promoting the new University of Windsor mobile app.
Faculty and graduate students have the ability to borrow most items from the Leddy Library for a loan periods of a semester.
Books currently out on semester loan will be due on September 15th, so please be sure to either renew these items or return them to the library shortly.
Just a reminder that Leddy will be open Saturday, September 1 and Sunday, September 2: from 1pm to 8pm and open on Monday, September 3 (Labour Day)from 8am to 8pm.
It's almost September. We can't wait to see you again!
Friday is the last day of the Summer Session Exam period. During our Summer Session Recess Period (August 25 to September 3) the library will be closed on Saturday and Sunday. Please see our hours page for more details and more information.
While issues related to academic publishing and open access have been quietly churning away for many years now, these issues have started to surface more publicly since the recent boycott of the academic publish Elsevier this spring and the push in the UK to support wider access to publicly funded research.
Interesting. If you have a profile on Google Scholar, the service will match your past research record with new research. Essentially, it's a recommended reading service.
You can't add your research into a your citation profile if a GoogleBot can't find your work under your name (which is a little problematic because I changed my name some years ago and the work I've done under it doesn't exist in my current profile).
Expiring October 31st, this on-campus only trial of the Churchill Archive includes more than 800,000 pages of original documents (private letters, speeches, telegrams, manuscripts, government transcripts and other key historical documents), produced between 1874 and 1965, including official exchanges with kings, presidents, politicians, and military leaders.