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Leddy News

Provost announces new University Librarian

Selinda Berg

Selinda Berg will take on the role of university librarian effective July 1, provost Douglas Kneale announced Thursday.

Since 2016, Dr. Berg has been associate university librarian at the Leddy Library, where she holds the primary portfolio for faculty and academic affairs and departmental portfolios for systems and information services.

Historic community newspapers find new home in Archives & Special Collections

Kingsville Reporter newspaper

When Postmedia suddenly closed 15 Canadian community newspapers in May of last year, five local weekly papers were removed from Windsor-Essex communities: the Kingsville Reporter, the Lakeshore News, the LaSalle Post, the Tecumseh Shoreline Week, and the Tilbury Times.

Comment poetry contest now open

Comment poetry contest

April is National Poetry Month! This year, the Leddy Library has teamed up with the interns in the English department’s Publishing Practicum Course to put together a special giveaway via our Comment Poetry contest. The interns have been working under the guidance of Marty Gervais and in collaboration with Dr. Bruce Meyer to create and publish his latest work, Grace of Falling Stars.

Want to win a copy?

Geospatial analyst creates map application to locate COVID-19 vaccine pharmacies

Vaccination Map Application

Leddy Library’s geospatial data analyst, Carina Luo, is helping the Windsor-Essex residents identify vaccine pharmacies in their community.

Windsor-Essex is one of three regions in the province where people aged 60 to 64 can book an appointment with participating pharmacies to receive the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.

Trial: Disability in the Modern World [under development] until March 31st, 2021

The Women's and Gender Studies Librarian is investigating Disability in the Modern World, a resource currently under development, in order to better understand the range of its content, potential relevance, and utility, with no intent to purchase at this time.

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