To honour the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30, York University Libraries present a collection of resources, which include print books, e-books, and videos that examine this history, the challenges of reconciliation, and share the stories of survivors. "Orange Shirt Day" began as an Indigenous-led movement to honour the children and families […]
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An important aspect of YFile‘s 20th anniversary is preserving its archived content for future generations at York University. What does the process involve when considering a digital publication with such a lengthy history? What should University community members consider when thinking of archiving their digital records? To find out, YFile turned to the archivists at the University’s Clara Thomas Archives & Special Collections Department of the York University Libraries (YUL).
As part of the Digital Scholarship Centre at York University Libraries, the new Media Creation Lab provides equitable access to space, equipment and resources for students and faculty who are creating multimedia as part of learning, research, or teaching.
Don’t know where to start with your assignment? Chat, Zoom or meet with us in person 1-on-1 help starting your research Friendly staff to help you find the best articles, books, data and more Need to get together with your group? A variety of spaces to meet your needs Bookable group study rooms Quiet study […]
On July 18, Priscilla Carmini joined the York University Libraries (YUL) for a two-year term as scholarly communications librarian.
We’re pleased to announce that as of August 2nd, 2022, students, staff, and faculty can now use Omni to quickly and easily request shared physical resources from across all 18 Omni partner institutions, a collection of nearly 25.4 million resources.
Together with the executive committee, Jack Leong, associate dean of research and open scholarship at York University Libraries organized the conference for the Canadian Comparative Literature Association/L’Association Canadienne de Littérature Comparée (CCLA/ACLC). The event featured presentations from York faculty and graduate students. This year’s theme was “Divergence and Convergence of Comparative Literature” and the event took place […]
With the cold weather coming, the book return bin previously located at the William Small Centre has been relocated to the colonnade covered hallway just outside of the Student Centre (West Entrance) as of Nov. 2, 2020. This location will protect the bin from winter weather and make the process of dropping off books a […]