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“With the semester coming to an end I think students need to be reminded or understand that other students come to libraries as QUIET spaces to study. There are not many places on campus that students have as quiet spaces. Could you please remind students to keep their conversations to a minimum especially while in these locations. It is quite distracting having other students having personal conversations nearby.”
At the library we recognize that there are different learning styles as well as a variety of approaches to research and studying. In order to accommodate all learning styles, we have established a variety of library spaces across our branches.
Of our seven locations:
That all being said, we do expect everyone to remain respectful towards their fellow students. If you ever find that a disruption in the library is too much please do not hesitate to approach a staff member and let them know. We do try to manage noise level in relation to each type of space.
We understand that sometimes it isn’t convenient to let a staff member know in person; you can also text/IM our AskUs service and the person on the other end can direct the noise complaint to the appropriate staff for you.
Exhibition: November 1 - January 31
Location: Murray Link Gallery, Murray Library, 3 Campus Drive
Curator: Norman Zepp
The University Library is excited to celebrate the launch of a new Inuit art collection of national significance. The Norman Zepp-Judith Varga Collection is a fantasic personal collection accumulated over forty years. Journey into the Canadian North through the eye of Inuit artists.
To learn more about the collection, check out the youtube video!
Do you wish you could be anywhere but here this exam season? Well, you may be spending all your time in the library, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy yourself. Throughout the month of December, the University Library will be providing you with multiple opportunities to Take a Break!
During final exams, all seven branches of the University Library will be providing free snacks or refreshments to students who are studying in the libraries. These snacks have been generously donated by the U of S Alumni Association. You may even see some Alumni volunteers wandering through certain libraries, handing out treats.
In the afternoon of Tuesday, December 13th, visit one of our participating libraries to decorate and eat a free sugar cookie, courtesy of the University Library and the Alumni Association. Cookies will be available (while supplies last) at the following libraries: Education & Music, Engineering, Health Sciences, and Murray.
To give our students a break from studying, several libraries will also be providing the opportunity to take part in fun activities, starting on December 9th and continuing until the end of exams. Keep reading to find out what will be happening at each location!