Leddy News

Grand Opening of Student Research Collaboratory

Design Rendering of Student Research Collaboratory
Leddy Library will unveil a new state-of-the-art Student Research Collaboratory Friday, September 20th.

The $750,000 Student Research 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.

FRED Bookmobile returns to Leddy Library

FRED Bookmobile

Leddy Library is pleased to welcome back FRED, the Windsor Public Library Bookmobile! FRED will make UWindsor a regular stop, returning to campus every 3 weeks until December 11th. FRED will be on campus from 12 - 2 PM on September 18, October 9, October 30, November 20 and December 11.

Brain Freeze and Button-Making

Brain freeze and button making event
The Leddy Library invites students to stop by for Brain Freeze and Button-Making, from 12 to 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12.

The Leddy team will set up outside the library to hand out freezies and help make buttons. Those who join the fun will also have the opportunity to win a Leddy Library prize.

The team will provide all the equipment and supplies needed — magazines to cut images from, drawing tools, and pre-made templates.

Leddy Library invites applications for a permanence-track Information Services Librarian

The University of Windsor's Leddy Library invites applications for a permanence-track Information Services Librarian position commencing January 1, 2020.  Rank will be commensurate with experience.  This position is subject to final budgetary approval.

Apply by October 4, 2019: http://bit.ly/2lEqiwq

Leddy Library hiring Student IT Consultants for Fall 2019

We're hiring!

Attention Lancers! Leddy Library is hiring IT Student Consultants for the Fall 2019 semester. To apply, please fill out the Student Consultant Application and submit your completed application along with your resume by email to ledsys@uwindsor.ca by Wednesday, August 14, 2019.

Preserving Queer Life in Southwestern Ontario: UWindsor digital archive project shared with international audience

Queer Life in Southwestern Ontario

As parades and celebrations took place around the world in June to celebrate Pride Month, Information Services Librarian Scott Cowan used his platform to highlight the importance of queer stewardship in Windsor-Essex to an international audience at the 2019 ALMS conference hosted in Berlin, Germany.

Over 400 participants from over 40 countries gathered to discuss the collection and preservation of materials of all types from LGBTQ2+ communities.

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