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Laurier Archives

The Laurier Archives holds the Library's research collection of primary documents, and is the repository of historic records of the University.

The collections focus on the Lutheran Church in the community; the environmental conservation movement in Canada; the history of Kitchener-Waterloo; and the history of Wilfrid Laurier University.

For more information or to search the holdings, please visit the Laurier Archives website.

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Course Reading Submissions-Beat the Winter Rush

Use ARES to submit your course readings Submit early and material will be available for students for the beginning of classes. If we need to order the material or recall it from a patron, it could take 2 weeks or more. Ares Course Reserves allows faculty to place materials on reserve for a course, both in print or electronic form. Students enrolled in the course have access to electronic content 24/7. Course readings are integrated into MyLearning Space.

Laurier Archives featured in Waterloo Region Record

The Laurier Archives was featured in the Waterloo Region Record today.

Newly renovated Social Work Library now open

The Social Work Library (FSW-012) in Kitchener is officially open for the fall term.

Events & workshops

Nov
29
Learn how two citation and document management tools (Zotero and Mendeley) can help keep your research organized and save you time creating properly formatted bibliographies and in-text citations.
Dec
06
Faculty Reads is a book club initiative that brings together Faculty members and other interested members of our community to read and discuss notable books with a specific bearing on our teaching, research and institutional environment. The Slow Professor: Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy by Maggie Berg & Barbara Seeber Author's Presentation followed by Questions & Answers Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at the Robert Langen Art Gallery (Waterloo campus Library, main floor)
Dec
07

The GAMEtalk lecture series is a partnership between the Game Design and Development program and the Laurier Library to bring in speakers who are involved in the game industry to speak to students,

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