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WORKING FROM HOME - FACULTY & STAFF

This guide will provide you with resources to help you adapt to working and teaching from home.

What you need to know about the Library & COVID-19

Library materials available 24 / 7

The Library is a great source of information when you are looking to update your course material. Beyond the physical collection (i.e. the print books), we have a wealth of materials and resources that can be accessed 24 / 7 / 365 via the internet. 

  • Ebooks - the Library has 200,000+ ebooks
  • Streaming video - the Library has 2,300+ streaming videos as well as subscriptions to National Film Board (NFB) and CBC's Curio Collection
  • Articles & Databases - 60+ databases; access thousands of journals, articles and more
  • LinkedIn Learning videos - Access hundreds of professional, online professional development and teaching videos through this powerful video collection
  • Online Journals - the Library subscribes to an extensive online Journal collection both independently and through our extensive database collections. 

Almost all the resources can be accessed through the Library's OneSearch:

  • Click the links above (or use the tabs to the left) to learn how to find these resources, and how to insert them into your LEARN, PowerPoint and more.
  • Click the link below to learn about the Library's OneSearch tool.

Make a recommendation

Do you have a title to recommend for our collection? Use the Suggest a Purchase form to suggest a book, video or journal.

Do you have suggestions or feedback that can help improve this guide? Please contact this guide's author on the "Getting Started" page.