This year the Leddy Library has set aside special funds to supplement various areas of our collection. The library has prioritized investing in the expansion of our existing collection of books by indigenous authors and publishers. The Leddy has also acquired indigenous-themed material that support a number of disciplines on campus, such as philosophy and education.
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Dave Yott, Acquisitions/Bibliographic Services Coordinator at the Leddy Library, has won an Employee Recognition Award for Excellence in Health & Safety. He has been with the Leddy Library for over twelve years.
According to the University of Windsor’s selection guidelines, the Excellence in Health & Safety Award is designed to “recognize the contributions that employees make in fostering a culture of health and safety in the workplace”.
Do you find it hard to carve time into your schedule for writing your thesis or dissertation?
The Leddy Library’s Write Now! sessions are an opportunity for grad students to come together to write regularly. Fitting writing into your weekly schedule can make the daunting task of writing a thesis, dissertation, or other large project a lot more palatable.
Leddy Library is hosting write-ins for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) this year.
The write-ins will be held every Thursday in the month of November, from 6-9PM, in room 302 West. Participants of NaNoWriMo as well as individuals who are working on other creative writing projects are welcome to join.
Have you ever found yourself torn between studying and staying fit? Well the Leddy Library has the solution for you! We’ve installed three new study bikes, so you can get your work done while getting a work out!
Stationary bikes with attached desks have been set up along the northern window in the Leddy Library Main building. Use will be on a first-come, first-served basis. These bikes allow users to exercise the body as well as the mind even during the busiest times of the semester.
From left to right: Linda Patrick (Dean of Nursing), Vincent Courtenay, and Helen Power (Nursing liaison librarian). Picture courtesy of Dr. Gordon Drake.
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.