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Library launches online 1812 research guide

Library launches online 1812 research guide

It’s a virtual heaven for War of 1812 buffs and valuable tool for those with questions about the battles that helped define Canada as a nation.

What’s open and closed on campus this weekend

What’s open and closed on campus this weekend

Summer’s last hurrah is upon us. For those planning on getting an early start to the school year, here’s a look at what’s open and closed on campus this Labour Day weekend.

Library offers ArcGIS workshop

Library offers ArcGIS workshop

The James A. Gibson Library’s Data Research Service is offering a second part to the popular Intro to ArcGIS workshop.

Library Summer Workshop Series

Library Summer Workshop Series

The James A. Gibson Library’s Data Research Service is offering three workshops during the summer that are open to everyone campus-wide. . . .

Map Library announces new Scholars GeoPortal

Map Library announces new Scholars GeoPortal

A new tool that allows researchers and students to search, map and download various kinds of geospatial data is now available to the Brock community. . . .

Pie for pi

Pie for pi

Students, faculty and staff at Brock enjoyed some pie this week to celebrate the mathematical constant pi. . . .

Copyright information sessions will inform Brock community

Copyright information sessions will inform Brock community

The James A. Gibson Library and the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Educational Technologies are holding two upcoming sessions on copyright issues.
The copyright environment in Canada continues to change, giving rise to questions about the current status of copyright and the University. “Copyright Issues: Updates and Fair Dealing” will offer an overview of copyright [...]

Librarians author book on student research

Librarians author book on student research

Two librarians in the James A. Gibson Library have written a new book about fostering students’ research skills with a mix of traditional and digital resources.

Library launches new student research resource

Library launches new student research resource

The Brock Library has launched a series of videos aimed at helping students become stronger researchers.

Government funding means better home for Brock’s precious documents

Government funding means better home for Brock’s precious documents

Brock University’s historic documents will be safer and better protected with a new grant to improve the condition of its archival space.

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