This June we celebrate our 2SLGBTQ+ community. Saskatoon Pride will be from June 12 to 19, and the library is sponsoring a session during the Spark Your Pride event. “Two Spirit Voices” featuring Melody Wood and Raven Sinclair, will take place June 15 at 10:30 am. You can register to attend this or any other event through Saskatoon Pride’s registration system.
Librarians and archivists at the University Library recently renewed our commitment to making our own scholarly outputs available through open access (OA).
The University Library has two new agreements that support USask authors in publishing their articles open access.
A collection of items in the University Library deepens the university’s connection to one of Canada’s most respected composers.
This series of short instructional videos created by Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) Indigenous & Anthropology subject liaison librarian Rachel Chong provides instruction in ...
The first position of its kind at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) and unique in the province, the Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence program at the University Library is sl...
The University Library, including Ask Us chat and contactless pickup, will be unavailable Dec. 19–Jan. 3.
This series of eight recorded webinars features human rights and antiracism advocate Lewis Cardinal in conversation with elders, artists, academics, and knowledge keepers.
Due to heavy snowfall and dangerous driving conditions, in-person services at the University Library will be unavailable on Nov. 9 and 10.
A resources and readings list highlighting how responses to the pandemic from Indigenous communities and organizations have been variable.
Register for the Internship in Librarianship and Information Studies INTS 380.3 for the winter term.
Register to receive print library materials mailed to your home.
New to studying for your courses online? The University Library is here for you.
Google has collaborated with Indigenous language speakers from around the world to create the Celebrating Indigenous Languages project.
The University Library is available to add library resources directly into your course in either campus learning management system, Canvas or Blackboard.
In a year unlike any in our lifetime, we all have observed countless signifiers that reinforce the gravity of life during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
UASC now offers increased availability of its collections through a renewed reference and digitization service.
On April 22, Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal released its decision in the ongoing Access Copyright v. York University case.
Dr. Melissa Just (EdD) has been named the interim provost and vice-president academic of the University of Saskatchewan (USask).
Through March 20, the Link Gallery on the first floor of the Murray Library is showcasing the exhibit, The Medieval Manuscript: The Codex of The Middle Ages.
Expect noise on the second floor of Murray as renovations begin Jan. 20.
Negotiations have concluded with Taylor & Francis and Wiley-Blackwell for the journals that the library will maintain access to after Jan. 1, 2020.
There are alternate ways to obtain access to a needed article.
USask’s Saskatoon campus will re-open today, October 22, at 12 pm, noon.
In recognition of International Open Access Week, we examine what open access is.
A new home for the Digital Research Centre (DRC) is helping make research, artistic works, and items of cultural significance more accessible to faculty and graduate students, as w...
The University Library has determined which individual journals it will resubscribe to from both publishers.
Over 35 years at the University of Saskatchewan (USask), Patrick Hayes has had the distinct pleasure of personally perusing a plethora of memorable manuscripts, historic heirlooms ...
New website updates the online visual presence of the University Archives and Special Collections and adds new content for you to explore.
Get research help downstairs and IT help in room 147.
Help the University Library prioritize electronic journals for re-subscription.
When Donna Canevari de Paredes began her career as a librarian at the University of Saskatchewan (USask), she didn’t actively set out to work at the same institution for decades, l...