Collection-related activities in the Libraries are coordinated by the Content Development & Analysis Department. This department brings together specialized expertise from across the Libraries to acquire, manage and make discoverable scholarly collections of significant breadth and depth.
Guided by our Collection Development Policy and our Licensing Principles Policy, we strive to ensure that York students and faculty have the broadest possible access to collections that directly support learning, teaching and research.
We welcome suggestions, questions and concerns about any aspect of collections.
Associate Dean, Teaching and Learning
(416)736-2100 x 55601
- Featured Collections
- Suggestion For Purchase
- How to Donate
- Subject & Liaison Librarians
- Sound and Moving Image Collection
- Research/Resource Guides
- Online Exhibits
- Scholars Portal
- Google Scholar
- Electronic Theses & Dissertations
- Metadata Policies
The Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections collects manuscript, rare book and primary source materials to support research and learning by the university’s faculty, students, and a community of international scholars.