Given the library's announced migration to Omni, our upgraded library system, we are unable to process renewals of items until Monday January 6th.
If you need to renew items and are unable to get to the library in person, you can also call us at 519-253-3000 ext. 3402.
In addition to renewals:
UPDATE: 1/21/2019 Request and recalls have been restored. Thank you for your patience.
[We have temporarily disabled all requests/recalls on library items. We apologize for the inconvenience and are actively working to resolve the problem. We will update LeddyNews when the service is available again. Thanks for your patience.
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At this time the request option is not working within our library catalogue. The request option normally allows users to recall a book that is currently signed out by another user.
Just reminder that our extended exam hours will begin this weekend leading up to the first week of exams. Please review the library hours for details.
We will be open 24 hours Sunday-Thursday. On Friday and Saturday the library will be open until 2am.
Exam hours end on Friday April 20th.
Starting on Monday February 12th we will be conducting some regular sweeps of the library to help us assess space use. You may notice some of our staff wandering up and down the building with clipboards during this time. They will collecting information on how many patrons are using different spaces in the building. They will not be collecting information about any of our patrons. The information collected will be used for internal space planning purposes only. Staff will be as unobtrusive as possible and there should be no disruption.
A collaboration between the Research Ethics Board and the Leddy Library provides a new platform for researchers to share summary reports of research studies with study participants. Researchers will be able to login with their UWin ID and password to quickly submit summaries online at http://scholar.uwindsor.ca/research-result-summaries through a simple online form. When summaries are complete they will be made available publicly through the site to participants.
Saturday June 11th was the launch event for the Breaking the Colour Barrier: Wilfred "Boomer" Harding & the Chatham Coloured All-Stars (1932-1939) project. Hundreds were in attendance at the WISH Centre in Chatham Ontario to view displays, learn about the project and new website, listen to researchers and family, and even buy some baseball cards of the 34 All-Stars team (proceeds going to the Chatham Kent Black Historical Society).
Music students from the School of Creative Arts have worked with the Leddy Library as part of Dr. Sally Bick's class Studies in the Music of North American Culture to develop an online tour of the musical scene in Windsor http://cdigs.uwindsor.ca/music-windsor-essex.The digital exhibit entitled City of Music showcases the diverse musical genres at play in the city. So take some time to explore!
The library has encountered a problem with the Statistics Canada web site that may impact your work. The CANSIM database (the source for most social and economic Canadian statistics) is not functioning at present. Faculty and students who need this data can access our backup version of the CANSIM database through the University of Toronto CHASS system:
► Sci-Hub Problems and Questions
What is Sci-Hub?
Sci-Hub is a search interface that works with a repository called Library Genesis (LibGen) to give readers access to a collection of articles taken illegally from scientific journals. In addition to drawing on the LibGen repository, Sci-Hub also uses the login credentials of university employees to bypass institutional authentication barriers and access journal content to which the university has licensed access.