Leddy News

Construction begins on the Leddy Library Collaboratory

Collaboratory design rendering

Construction crews will begin work today — Thursday, May 9 — to transform Leddy Library’s main floor space into a new state-of-art Student Research Collaboratory.

The Collaboratory will provide University of Windsor students with a dynamic space to share their research findings and develop collaborative relationships with partners from across campus and globally.

Button-making at Leddy Library!

Leddy Library Button Making

Wish you had an easy button?... Make one!

Take a break from studying and release your stress with button-making at Leddy Library! The Leddy Team will be offering free button-making sessions from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. on Monday, April 1st and Thursday, April 11th.

Make a custom button using your favourite photos and designs or get crafty with the supplies provided by Leddy.

Leddy Library transforms Course Reserve System

Course Resource Lists powered by Leganto
Leddy Library is transforming the current course reserves system with Course Resource Lists powered by Leganto, a new resource management system that integrates with the University of Windsor’s Blackboard system to create and manage online reading lists.

Starting March 15, faculty can submit their course readings via the online platform by adding the library resource list tool to their Blackboard course sites.

Leddy Library hosts Polish-Canadian commemorative exhibition for Polish Heritage Day

The University of Windsor’s Leddy Library, in collaboration with the Polish-Canadian Students’ Association of Windsor, will host Polish Heritage Day in Windsor on Friday, March 15.

To celebrate, the library is hosting a week-long commemorative exhibition, showcasing a collection of nine Polish exhibits that reflect three important themes:

FRED bookmobile visit scheduled for March 6th is cancelled

FRED bookmobile visit scheduled for March 6th is cancelled

The FRED bookmobile visit scheduled for Wednesday, March 6th is cancelled.
 
FRED, the Windsor Public Library’s bookmobile, encountered a significant repair and the won’t be back on the road in time for the March 6th visit. 
 
All items that were checked out during the last FRED visit have had the due dates extended so that overdue fines will not accrue. 
 
FRED will return to campus on Wednesday, March 27th.
 
We apologize for the inconvenience.
 

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