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 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.
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.
Calling all book lovers: The Leddy Library used book sale is back!
Starting Monday, Nov. 14, the library will sell used books and materials at bargain prices — all items are $1.
The book sale will be set up across from the information desk on the first floor of Leddy's main building.
The University of Windsor will host Alan Ojig Corbiere, assistant professor of history at York University and Canada Research Chair in History of Indigenous Peoples of North America, during Treaties Recognition Week, Nov. 6 to 12.
Joan Dalton arrived on the University of Windsor campus in 1978 to begin studies toward an MA in English. She added an MLIS degree at Western University before returning to Leddy Library to launch her professional career as an academic librarian.
An art installation on display this week in the Leddy Library honours Orange Shirt Day.
Located in the library’s main stairwell, the installation contains roughly 6,000 small orange shirts strung together to acknowledge the unofficial number of unmarked graves of Indigenous children found on the grounds of former residential schools in the U.S. and Canada.