Starting March 25, all University Library locations will be closed indefinitely. During this time, library resources and services are available to support your learning and research needs.
Dr. Melissa Just (EdD) has been named the interim provost and vice-president academic of the University of Saskatchewan (USask).
"The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) has developed some copyright guidance to assist in the rapid transition to online course and exam delivery."
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 ...
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...
Dr. John Courtney (PhD) reflects on one of the highlights of Elections, Parties and Leaders, the exhibit currently on display at the Link Gallery in the Murray Library, which he ha...
May 30 and 31 Holiday Inn & Suites and Staybridge Suites - University Campus
Starting Monday, Dec. 3, public hours at its location on the third floor of the Murray Library will be Monday to Friday, 10 am – 4 pm.
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) introduced today a bold new university plan to guide the institution’s direction over the next seven years.