Services for eLearning – Distance Education Students
- York Libraries Overview
- Borrowing/Renewing Materials
- Reference Assistance Remotely
- Online Learning & Research Resources
York Libraries Overview
Familiarize yourself with the libraries at York University by visiting their web sites. They each offer quite a number of services and resources which are available from off-campus locations.
- Hours of Operation
- Archives and Special Collections
- Law Library
- Frost Library (Glendon campus)
- Map Library
- Peter F. Bronfman Business Library
- Scott Library
- Sound and Moving Image Library
- Steacie Science and Engineering Library
Search the entire York University Libraries’ Collection remotely using any Internet connected computer. While some materials are available in hard-copy only, note that a large number of materials are now online, accessible from off-campus locations, and linked directly from the YULcatalogue.
Discover how to access thousands of Web-based databases, journals, statistical and government sources all easily accessible from off-campus locations to registered York students.
- Use eResources @ home
- Find articles by subject
- Find eResources by title
- Reference sources
- Government sources
- Statistical sources
- Search the Internet
Many circulation services are available remotely e.g checking your library account for books on loan, online renewal and more. Possibilities for securing library materials from a local library are also described.
- Get your library card
- My Library Account Online
- Renew Materials
- Borrowing Materials
From a Local Library
Reference Assistance Remotely
Distance Education students can avail of multiple opportunities to receive reference service remotely via live chat, e-mail, or phone.
Online Learning & Research Resources
Many online tutorials and guides provide opportunities for enhancing library research skills remotely.