For the past several years the Leddy Library has partnered with the Polish community of Windsor to build a collection of English language materials reflective of the cultural, historical, and economic history of Poland and the Polish people. Many thanks to the Polonia Centre for its annual collections donation to the Leddy Library, in support of this important collection.
Two presentations by James Elmborg are happening on March 8th and 9th, 2017 at the University of Windsor.
March 8, 10:00: “Critical Library Practice and Why It Matters”, Leddy Library 302, West Building.
March 9, 4:00: “Digital Humanities and New Modes of Collaborative Scholarship”, Memorial Hall 105.
Academic libraries across the country are experiencing significant challenges to their information resources budgets, and University of Windsor’s Leddy Library is no exception. The library has faced diminished purchasing power for its collections budgets over the past several years due to 3 main factors:
The new year is a wonderful opportunity to step up your game in the next semester.
Don't know where to start? Borrow Learning Objects - a box of things designed to help you be a better a student in 2017 and get inspired.
The box is available at the Main Circulation Desk of the Leddy Library. Just bring this call number - ZPR650 .B001 - to the Desk.
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What is Sci-Hub?
Sci-Hub is a search interface that works with a repository called Library Genesis (LibGen) to give readers access to a collection of articles taken illegally from scientific journals. In addition to drawing on the LibGen repository, Sci-Hub also uses the login credentials of university employees to bypass institutional authentication barriers and access journal content to which the university has licensed access.