Michael Chekhov looks on as Ludmila Chirikov and Lucy Singer fit Beatrice Straight for a costume in this photo by Nonny Gardner Cangelosi, used by permission.
The Leddy Library invites patrons to explore Windsor’s Neighbourhood Walkability map application for GIS Day.
GIS Day is an annual event celebrating the technology of geographic information systems, which Leddy Library’s geospatial data analyst, Carina Luo, used to create a local walkability map application of Windsor neighbourhoods.
Lights, camera, library? A local film headed to the Montreal Independent Film Fest sheds light on the importance of primary resources to capture historic stories.
Today we honour those who gave their lives serving Canada by observing a moment of silence at 11 am.
The Leddy Library has prepared a virtual book display of resources to honour and remember the sacrifices that our Veterans made so we can enjoy the freedoms we have today.
In Ontario, Treaties Recognition Week takes place the first week of November each year. It was introduced in 2016 as one way to honour the importance of treaties and to help Ontarians learn more about treaty rights and relationships.
It was during the gloomy month of March in the early stage of lockdown that librarian and author Heidi Jacobs found herself restless and distracted. Staring out her back window to the garden her she was entertained by the antics of two stray cats who had made a home for themselves in her backyard.
The Windsor Review is a long-standing journal that began in 1965, featuring both scholarship and creative writing. Published biannually by the University of Windsor Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and the Department of English and Creative Writing, the journal currently features poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and review essays.
Students and researchers seeking assistance in applying data and statistical analysis to their research can now take advantage of virtual labs online.
Librarians and data experts at the Academic Data Centre (ADC) are now offering daily virtual labs for student consultations Monday to Friday from 1 to 4 p.m.