For Library hours for the beginning of this semester, please check the Library hours page.
The Library provides access to subject expertise, a wide range of scholarly resources, and other SRC services and programs to support and collaborate with researchers and faculty on scholarly, research and creative activities (SRC).
The Library’s Scholarly Communications Guide contains helpful information related to scholarly communication and publishing. This includes information on where to publish, copyright, how to identify high quality journals and avoid predatory journals, tips on self-archiving your research, and details about open access publishing. For more information, email Brian Cameron email@example.com.
The Library can assist faculty, researchers and students with information on copyright and TMU’s Fair Dealing Guideline, as well as provide support for copyright compliance, author rights and currently licensed Library materials. For more information, email Copyright and Scholarly Engagement Librarian, Ann Ludbrook firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research data management
The Library’s Research Data Management (RDM) service assists researchers in managing data throughout the course of a research project. Organizing, storing and securing data from the outset can make it easier to work with and help to meet privacy requirements. For more information, email Research Data Management Specialist, Nora Mulvaney, email@example.com
OER and Pressbooks
Open Educational Resources (OER) are materials that can be used and reused freely for educational purposes. The Library supports the collection and creation of OER by TMU faculty through the TMU University Pressbooks platform. For more information, email Web Services Librarian, Sally Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library Collaboratory is an interdisciplinary research space equipped with laser printers, 3D printers, prototyping tools and more.
Workshops are offered regularly. Learn more about Library Collaboratory membership.
Geospatial, Map and Data Centre
The Geospatial, Map and Data Centre (GMDC) labs provide faculty, researchers and students access to GIS software, statistics and data resources, and our paper map collection.
Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections provides faculty, researchers and students with access to the Library’s special collections including photography, film and cultural history object collections, and University archival collections.
Interlibrary Loans (RACER)
The Interlibrary Loan service enhances the resources of the University Library by making material available from other libraries, organizations and document delivery services. Students, faculty, staff may use RACER to request materials from another library provided the University Library does not own a physical copy or the online access is restricted. Please email any questions to email@example.com.
University Library Digital Repository
Share your work! RShare, the University Libraries’ digital repository, collects, archives, and provides online access to research materials created by the University community and includes theses, articles, and more. For more information, email Brian Cameron firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enhance your online research profile with your ORCID iD–a unique identifier that enables faculty, researchers and graduate students to distinguish their research online, ORCID iDs are also increasingly being required by publishers and granting agencies. For more information, email Copyright and Scholarly Engagement Librarian, Ann Ludbrook email@example.com.
Subject librarians support faculty and research teams in locating online research materials, including: journals, databases, data sets, streaming video, and more. They can help identify relevant journals for publication, and provide advice and best practices for systematic reviews, including use of citation management tools.
Scan and Deliver Service is available to students, faculty and staff who require access to portions of printed works (chapters, articles, etc.) that fall within copyright permissible amounts. Requests can be placed through the Library’s online catalogue.
The Library has added a wealth of new electronic resources to our collections to help advance SRC, and teaching and learning. Search the full list of resources by subject or name of publisher/package).