Please contact your Liaison Librarian to learn more about what the library can do for you.
Librarians are your partners in academic instruction. We work with departments to embed academic skills into assignments and teach students how to critically navigate the research process.
Research Skills Workshops
Book a workshop with your Liaison Librarian. Librarians teach students important academic skills tied to your assignments (research process, evaluating resources, databases, peer-review).
Many Departments create space for library instruction sessions during class or tutorial time.
Assignment Design Consultation
Contact your Liaison Librarian to discuss your research assignments. We work with faculty to design the research components of your assignments. Students will receive the appropriate support from A-level to D-level courses, to succeed in the research process.
Custom Course Research Guide
Contact your Liaison Librarian to have a research guide embedded directly into your Quercus site.
Training for Teaching Assistants (TAs)
Contact your Liaison Librarian to arrange training for your TAs. Librarians train TAs to support students with research assignments. Skills may include finding scholarly and non-scholarly resources, evaluating resources, developing and focusing a topic, etc.
The library will embed online course readings into the Quercus Library Course Reserves module, including links to online articles and other Internet resources, scanned pages from books and links to print titles in the catalogue. To request course readings to be posted to Quercus, email the course syllabus to your Liaison Librarian or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Request an Item for Purchase
Request that the library purchase materials such as books, films, articles, and more to support your instruction.
Copyright Support for Teaching
Contact us to ensure that you are following appropriate Copyright guidelines when using and assigning resources for your classes.
Course and film reserves
Additional Library Support for Teaching
Librarians are also available to support your research. We work with researchers to assist with all aspects of research, from conducting research to navigating publishing rights.
Collaborate with the Digital Scholarship Unit
The Digital Scholarship Unit helps with digital research design, digital pedagogy, and stewards the unique collections and research data of all UTSC departments.
Our Scholarly Communication Librarian can help you with Author's Rights, Open Access, Digital Preservation, and more.
Research Assistant Training
Your Liaison Librarian can work with your Research Assistants to ensure they have the research skills to support your work.
Request Item for Purchase
Request that the library purchase materials to support your research needs.
UTSC InfoExpress is a premium document delivery service, available exclusively to UTSC faculty. InfoExpress retrieves books, articles and other primary materials and delivers them right to your office or inbox.
Scholarly communication and copyright
University of Toronto Libraries maintains this website to offer information to faculty, researchers, and students on the issues surrounding the dissemination and communication of scholarly information, including author rights, open access, policies of funding agencies and copyright.