Leddy News

International Womens Day

-"We Can Do It!" an American wartime propaganda poster produced by J. Howard Miller

Today is International Women's Day. To emphasis the valuable contributions that women have had to Canada's history, and to the quality of our lives in the 21st century Leddy Library has created a subject guide to highlight some of the libraries resources on Women's History.


Fall for a new book! Speed Reading event brings together book lovers this Saturday at Leddy Library

Event Info:

Speed Reading: Kind of like speed dating, but for book-lovin’ readers! An event hosted in collaboration with Broken City Lab and Leddy Library

Date: Saturday March 1st, 2014 Time: 1:00pm Location: Space behind Williams Cafe, Leddy Library, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Did you miss our Make a Blind Date with a Book promo?: Worry not!

Did you miss our Make a Blind Date with a Book promo?: Worry not!  Leddy is filled with lots of fun books that will take you away from midterms and winter weather.  Here are just a few titles that went out on blind dates with Leddy patrons.  

Fever Pitch by Nick Hornby 

Bridget Jones' Diary by Helen Fielding 

Small Island by Andrea Levy

Increased public access to US taxpayer funded research on the horizon

Half of taxpayer funded research will soon be available to the public

Similar to the National Institutes of Health open access policy that requires all the research they fund to be made publicly available within 12 months, other federal agencies in the US will soon require the research they fund to be made available open access.