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Mystery date with a book display showing wrapped books with Paris themed dinner table.

Mystery date with a book available at Leddy Library

Feb 6, 2023
Posted By: Leddy Library
No “swiping right” this Valentine’s Day: go to Leddy Library to be set up on a mystery date with a book!   The Leddy team has carefully selected and wrapped eligible books that are waiting patiently for their special readers. The identity of the book won’t be revealed until the book has been checked out and unwrapped.  
The Leddy library has pulled together materials celebrating 28 Black scientists in observance of Black History Month.

Black History and Black Futures: 28 days celebrating contributions by Black scientists

Feb 1, 2023
Posted By: Leddy Library
A collection celebrating Black scientists is now available on the Leddy Library website to recognize Black History Month.  
Arial photo of the UWindsor Dillon hall building with students walking around.

Feedback invited on draft strategy for institutional research data management

Jan 25, 2023
Posted By: Leddy Library
The UWindsor Research Data Management Steering Committee invites the campus community to provide feedback on the current draft of its Institutional Research Data Management Strategy.
Used books on a table with text that reads Used Book Giveaway, January 24, 25, 26

3-Day Used Book Giveaway

Jan 18, 2023
Posted By: Leddy Library
The Leddy Library will host monthly book giveaways this semester. Books will be available for free, however, donations are appreciated and will support student appreciation initiatives.   The book giveaways will take place in the main lobby on the following dates during the library’s regular operating hours:

Librarian wins recognition for contributions to employment equity

Dec 14, 2022
Posted By: Leddy Library
Demonstrating a commitment to employment equity is something she tries to do every day, says associate university librarian Karen Pillon. “Equity is not something we just do when we sit down at an employment equity table and we say now we’re going to use it,” she says. “It really has to be life-long.”
Myrtle and Raymond Knister sitting affectionately close, circa early 1930s

Raymond Knister: Interpreted

Dec 8, 2022
Posted By: Archives & Special Collections
By Kawmadie Karunanayake Posted December 8, 2022
ebook reader displaying french text leaning against a stack of print books.

Course Reserves in Brightspace Ready for Winter

Dec 5, 2022
Posted By: Dave Johnston
With the winter term approaching, this is a quick reminder to faculty that the library is here to help support your class. With the 
Computer with the Scholarship UWindsor webpage on screen.

Scholarly repository marks 10-year anniversary

Dec 5, 2022
Posted By: Leddy Library
Scholarship at UWindsor, the campus institutional repository, marked its 10th-anniversary last month. Launched in November 2012, it collects, preserves, and disseminates intellectual output from UWindsor scholars in digital form.  
copyright logo with text "copyright"

Changes to the term of copyright protection in Canada

Nov 30, 2022
Posted By: Dave Johnston
Copyright law in Canada provides all authors and creators with exclusive rights to reproduce, perform, and publish their work. (Government of Canada, 2022). However, copyright doesn't last forever and eventually does expire.

Exhibit to celebrate donation of political cartoons

Nov 14, 2022
Posted By: Leddy Library
An extensive collection of more than 2,600 political cartoons by well-known social commentator Mike Graston has been donated to the University of Windsor’s Archives and Special Collections housed in Leddy Library.
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