The Campaign for the University Library remains focused on ensuring that students with disabilities have specialized facilities and support to access a variety of information and learning resources. We're also continuing efforts to re-configure existing space in order to maximize learning opportunities for students and researchers as part of its ongoing University Library Transformation Phase III project.
In addition, we're excited to introduce a new initiative in keeping with the University's commitment to Aboriginal engagement: the University Library Aboriginal Internship. As part of this innovative new internship, which is currently in development, an Aboriginal graduate will be given an experiential opportunity to pursue a graduate program in the areas of Library and Information Science or Knowledge Management, while simultaneously working and researching in the University Library.
Together, we will continue to transform our facilities, collections, and services in ways that actively encourage users - students, faculty, staff, and alumni - to engage, enlighten and explore at your library
Thank you for your support! Your gift to the University Library is a gift to ALL students at the University of Saskatchewan.