The following is a message from Jack Leong, Associate Dean of Research and Open Scholarship, York University Libraries: It gives me great pleasure to announce that Alexandra Wong has been appointed data visualization librarian at York University Libraries following an extensive search. Wong (she/her) is a graduate of the Master of Information Program at the University of […]
Please be advised that key pieces of the EBSCO eBooks and EBSCO Audiobooks will be upgraded during the week of May 5 to 12, 2021. During this upgrade period, most EBSCO eBooks and EBSCO Audiobooks workflows will be impacted. For complete information about this upgrade, visit EBSCO Connect. We regret any inconvenience this may cause. Those requiring […]
As part of our ongoing work to bring York University Libraries’ website into compliance with York’s brand standards and to align with new web editor requirements, the look and feel of our website will start to change in May 2021, beginning with some minor changes to the layout of our pages, as well as reduction to the footprint of our site’s menu.
The Open Education movement is spurring York University to reimagine what education can look like. From textbooks, to pedagogy, more and more processes and resources are being shared and made available to colleagues and students—in an accessible, inclusive, free and collaborative way. It presents York with an opportunity to innovate our teaching and learning […]
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On Thurs., March 25 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. EDT, York University Libraries and York's Open Education Steering Committee will host a Zoom panel discussion on the use of open educational resources (OER) and open pedagogy in York courses during the COVID-19 campus closure. Participants will hear from YorkU course instructors, students, and […]
Libraries everywhere have pivoted to support their community during the global pandemic. York University Libraries in Canada are leading the way by providing resources and staff expertise for research to combat the novel coronavirus, as well as enhanced access to collections and services for faculty moving to online instruction. Dean of Libraries Joy Kirchner spearheaded […]
What is HathiTrust? HathiTrust is a not-for-profit collaborative of over 150 academic and research libraries, preserving over 17 million digitized items, digitized from the libraries of more than 50 academic and research libraries around the world, including about 7 million items open for use in the public domain (in Canada). What does HathiTrust contain and how can […]
When COVID-19 swept across the globe last spring the world went silent in a way that we – meaning, all of humanity – hadn’t experienced since before the Industrial Revolution. Sound artists around the world began trying to capture the unsettling quiet, alongside the more delicate and unexpected sounds that emerged to fill the void […]
The ninth Undergraduate Research Fair and Art Walk will take place on March 10, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., online. Applications for participation in the annual multidisciplinary exhibition are now open to student applicants. The fair’s organizing committee is calling on York instructors to encourage students to apply. Support from instructors is instrumental in giving students the […]