Welcome to the May issue of news @ your library! In this issue you will read about the Library's electronic interlibrary loans, an initiative to help you find leisure reading fiction in the Dana Porter Library, and spring workshops.
Electronic interlibrary loans are here! The Library is pleased to announce that, effective immediately, we will be delivering interlibrary loan requests for articles and other documents electronically. [full article - Electronic ILL/Document Delivery] 9 May 2013
We're making it easier to find leisure reading fiction in the Dana Porter Library. In response to frequent requests from students looking for popular novels, library staff have started to add "fiction" stickers to the spines of novels to make them easily identifiable. [full article - Find Fiction] 9 May 2013
The Library is offering six research skills workshops this term, including what will be the university's largest-ever RefWorks workshop, offered in collaboration with the Office of Academic Integrity. [full article - Spring Workshops] 9 May 2013
A new Optometry Clinics Resource Guide is now available to support Optometry students in one of the eight clinics in the Optometry building. [full article - Optometry Clinics Resource Guide] 9 May 2013
The Library congratulates Annie Bélanger on her recent promotion to the position of Associate University Librarian, Information Resources and Academic Excellence. [full article - Annie Bélanger] 9 May 2013
There have been a number of changes to Liaison Librarians' subject areas recently to accommodate leaves, reassignments, and portfolio readjustments.
[full article - Liaison Librarian Changes] 9 May 2013
Looking for leisure reading in the Library? To complement the Dana Porter Library's new fiction identification initiative, we have also updated and expanded our Popular Reading Guide which is designed to assist you in locating leisure reading books. [full article - Popular Reading Guide] 9 May 2013