Stories tagged ‘U of T Libraries’
Robarts Common will create new spaces for students to study, collaborate and access the world’s digital knowledge
One of U of T’s most generous benefactors helped improve study spaces for students
Canada’s minister of science Kirsty Duncan wrote about her experiences as a young scientist in Hunting the 1918 Flu
Using robotic technology, an engineering student lets tea drinkers create their perfect cuppa
Five-floor addition will boost study and meeting spaces
Woo your Valentine with a romantic vista or a secluded paradise… all without leaving campus!
A slideshow of rare and intriguing items from the library’s digital treasure trove.
U of T acquires the personal letters of Major-General James Wolfe
Personal librarians help first-year students understand U of T’s libraries
If you think Google has made doing scholarly research a cinch, U of T’s chief librarian Larry Alford has news for you
U of T libraries and bookstore adapt to the iPad era
A new campus group wants to send leftover books from college book sales to schools that could use them
$40-million renovation will boost study space, upgrade technology.
Media Commons collection spans 20 years of Canadian band’s history
Heggie bequest will support the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library
Leonard Cohen contributes parts of his past to U of T library
Gift to Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library honours of former UC principal
Researchers are welcoming Google’s plan to digitize millions of books, but the implications for libraries are profound
Author donates her manuscripts to Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library
NOW Magazine donates photo archives to U of T
Gift to Robarts Library chronicles band’s history
Filmmaker finds Second World War footage at U of T Archives
Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library illuminates 4,000 years of Western history and culture