Studying & Learning

Use library resources to help you find materials for your courses, as well as develop key information skills. Not sure what you need? Ask Us. 


How to Cite

This guide includes links to many helpful online tutorials, guides, and related documents to help you understand citation practice, and build correct citations for your bibliography. 

Citation Management

Citation management software can help you save time. This guide walks you through options for managing your citations.


Course Reserves and E-Reserves

Access online and physical resources that your instructors have reserved to support your course.

Research and Course Guides

Research advice, useful tools, and the best resources for your needs curated by expert U of T librarians.

Old Exams Repository

Search or browse final exam questons supplied by U of T Scarborough.

Learning Strategies Collection

Teach yourself how to study! These books show you how to improve your memory and understanding of a subject, learn better test-taking strategies, or get a glimpse into the science of learning.

Study Rooms

The library has dedicated space available for silent study and group study rooms that can be booked. 


Contact Us

Can't find what you need? Not sure where to start? Get in touch with the library.

Book a Research Consultation

Every U of T Scarborough Discipline has a dedicated Liaison Librarian who can provide research support at multiple levels. Contact the Liaison Librarian in your area to book a personal meeting. 

Assignment Planner

Break down your writing assignment into manageable steps based on your due dates.

Computer help

Information & Instructional Technology Services runs student and Faculty focused help desk hours. In the library you can print, scan, and borrow technology. You can also learn more about how to find computing resources.

Services for Persons with Disabilities

Learn about services and facilities available to persons with disabilities at the U of T Scarborough Library.

Self-Paced Learning

Library Tutorials

The library posts tutorials on how to get started, search, find and use library resources.

LibrarySearch Tips

Use this guide to help you use LibrarySearch successfully to find library resources.

Entrepreneurship Open Learning Series

We welcome students, staff, faculty, alumni, and local and international community of emerging entrepreneurs to enhance your learning of entrepreneurship through this award-winning series.

The BRIDGE Excel Learning Series

The three videos in this series are designed to help anyone gain an understanding and practice with Excel using real datasets. Each video is under 3 minutes, and includes downloadable slides and a practice dataset.

Find Digital Tools

This site aims to be useful and accessible to a broad audience who want to explore methodologies and toolsets in digital scholarship.

Foundational Data Literacy Skills

Take an online course in Foundational Data Literacy Skills. This free resource is open to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as staff, faculty, librarians, community members, and the general public.

Digital Storytelling

This Quercus course (login only)is available to members of the University community and serves as an introduction and toolbox for digital storytelling. Take the series or select individual training on topics such as video editing or digital accessibility. Other resources for storytelling are available in Scarborough Storytelling.

Open Educational Resources

The Learning Object Catalogue seeks to collect, describe, and preserve a wide range of Learning Objects created at the U of T Scarborough Library to share our work and allow for repurposing of objects for learning and teaching.

Map and Data Library Tutorials

University of Toronto's Map and Data Library provides self-guided tutorials on multiple data-related topics, including Microdata, Text and Data Mining, ArcGIS, Qualitative Data Analysis and more. View the full list of Map and Data tutorials. 

Academic Integrity

As a member of the University of Toronto community, we must all do our part to maintain the respect and recognition of our academic institution. As such, it is everyone’s responsibility to understand the rules and regulations of the university, including the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters. The U of T Scarborough Library, in partnership with the Centre for Teaching & Learning, makes available modules on Academic Integrity