We now have a new page: http://leddy.uwindsor.ca/dictionaries-encyclopedias-handbooks where you can find many of the scholarly dictionaries, encyclopedias, and handbooks on offer that are online from Leddy
SURPRISE! Student Appreciation Days are here!
Since so many of you come to Leddy, we’d like to thank you for visiting us, studying with us and asking us lots of great questions!
We will be handing out free coffee, tea, and cookies on 2 surprise days during exams (and one of them is today, Monday April 15th!)
Good luck on your exams and have a great summer!
Leddy experiences a high theft rate during peak study periods like exams. This is when most students bring their laptops, and cell phones with them.
1. Please do not leave your stuff unattended
2. Study in pairs/groups with people you trust
3. Get some anti-theft protection for your laptop at:
DID YOU KNOW… Over 1 million students have come through our doors this year alone!
Who wants to study in a dirty and smelly environment? We sure wouldn’t and neither should you! When you come to Leddy to study, please be mindful of your neighbours – we ask that you follow these tips so that everyone who comes to study here can have a positive experience:
1. If you are bringing in a drink, please keep a lid on it
2. If you’d like to eat, please do so at William’s café
The Leddy Library does not accept bitcoin... but our UWin cash machine was refurbished on Friday and so we are now able to accept ALL new monies, loonies, toonies and the new 'plastic' bills.
The Leddy Library supports the Canadian Library Association’s position on the libel suits against Dale Askey and urges Edwin Mellen Press to cease all remaining legal action in this regard. The Leddy Library considers these suits to be an affront to intellectual freedom.
ASME has corrected the problem. Apologies to our community of users for the interruption in service.
Freedom to Read Week is an annual event that encourages Canadians to think about and reaffirm their commitment to intellectual freedom, which is guaranteed them under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
When you can find ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ readily available at your local grocery or drugstore, do we even need to worry about the Freedom to Read anymore?