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Collections at the Education Building will be moved the 61 Charles Street building in mid-May.

Education Library collections to move to 61 Charles Building in May

In preparation for the consolidation of the Education and Social Science Libraries into one location at the 61 Charles Street Building, the Education Library at 11 Simcoe Street (Education Building) will close on Monday, May 1. Staff will remain on site until the official moving date later in the month.

Students in library

Update on Library media collection

DVDs and videos owned by the Campus Libraries now circulate for 30 days to faculty and staff, and 14 days to students. Faculty and staff may borrow up to 50 items, and students may borrow up to 15 items. Material may be renewed up to three times.

Students walking on campus

President’s statement on university values

It is time, as a university community, to remind ourselves of who we are. The University of Ontario Institute of Technology is built on a promise to develop strength and capacity through research, innovation and partnerships.

Person using smartphone

Digital media researcher shares five tips to help prioritize study habits

What’s the best way for students to use technology when they’re studying? How can educators and parents help students keep up with new technological developments in a way that maximizes their academic experience? Dr. Isabel Pedersen, Canada Research Chair in Digital Life, Media, and Culture and Director of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology’s Decimal Lab, weighed in on these and other questions in a recent blog post.

Faculty of Education student Sarah Nicholls, winner of an Apple Watch.

Library customer satisfaction survey results

The Campus Libraries recently asked faculty, staff and students to fill out a LibQUAL+ customer satisfaction survey for a chance to win some great prizes. Congratulations to Faculty of Education student Sarah Nicholls, winner of an Apple Watch, and to the 10 Tim Horton’s gift card winners!

Ultimaker 2 3D printer

3D printing now available at North Oshawa Library

The Campus Libraries have recently acquired an Ultimaker 2 printer for the North Oshawa Library to assist students, faculty and staff with prototyping designs, creating educational aids, designing objects for thesis/capstone projects, and other academic activities.

SMART board technology

SMART Board technology at North Oshawa Library

Two SMART Boards are now available at the North Oshawa Library: one in the group study area (Room 303); and another in the Den, located in the Library’s basement.

Students studying in the library.

Return all overdue books: You may not get your marks!

This is a reminder that the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) will not release your winter-term grades if you have any overdue library books or unpaid library fines. All overdue books must be returned or renewed, and all library fines paid by Friday, April 24 or your grades will not be released.

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