There are two Document Delivery/Interlibrary Loan units at Queen's, responsible for lending material from different campus subject collections:
- Stauffer Library - Social Sciences, Humanities, Bracken Health Sciences Library, Business, Fine Arts, Music, Engineering & Science Library, Lederman Law Library
- Education Library - Education
Queen's Lending Policies
Education Library and Stauffer Library
Our liaison librarians are connected with each faculty and department at Queen’s and work closely with faculty to ensure that the library’s services and collections support research and curriculum needs.
Queen’s University Library’s rich and deep collections are central to the academic enterprise and among the very best in the country. Students and faculty place a high value on the resources we provide to support their learning, teaching and research. From a collection of six volumes donated in 1840 and now housed in Special Collections, our physical holdings have grown to include over 2.2 million items.
The Creative Commons is a non-profit corporation that provides free licenses for individuals who want to license their work in a way that allows for the work to be shared, remixed and/or used commercially.
The Creative Commons Search allows you to search for images, media etc that has been licensed through the Creative Commons.
Books and Articles:
Search “Full View” http://books.google.com/
- Group Study Rooms are for 2 or more users at a time
- Our Code of Behaviour for Library Users applies while using these rooms
- Rooms are available first come, first serve when not reserved
- Cancellations must occur before a booking has started
- Group Study Rooms are available to all members of the Queen's community with an active NetID
- All rooms are bookable in 30 minute time slots
Queen’s University Library inspires learning, sparks creativity and builds community. Your Library provides you access to the global realm of information, scholarly resources, and assistance in navigating and using these intellectual resources. To ensure everyone is able to get the most out of all the Library has to offer, we ask that you please abide by all Library and University-wide polices, and observe the following conduct.
Share the space: please refrain from leaving personal belongings at study spaces to “reserve” them. This makes resources unavailable to those who need them. Space is available on a first come, first served basis. Refraining from leaving personal possessions or valuables unattended also protects you against property loss. The University is not responsible for loss of property.