Queen’s University Library consistently receives top marks in national rankings. It comprises six libraries and several cross-library divisions supporting the University’s academic mission, and is known for its dedicated staff, strong research collections and superb facilities.
Spanning all disciplines and working with university partners, Academic Services connects learning and research to your information needs through a variety of services offering resources and expert advice.
Services comprise the Adaptive Technology Centre for students with disabilities; Data and Government Information for data, statistics, government information and research data management; Geospatial and Maps and air photos; the Queen’s Learning Commons for peer and professional tutoring; Scholarly Communications for depositing and accessing research output (Queen’s theses, articles and journals); Graduate Students’ workshops and consultations and Teaching & Learning information literacy. The Library promotes Diversity and Internationalization through a variety of initiatives.
Queen’s University Library is committed to providing equal access to services and collections. The Library offers a number of services to assist students with disabilities.
The QLC provides resources, workshops and seminars, and one-on-one professional consultations for students who want to enhance or develop skills.
Information on copyright and intellectual property, open access, and Queen's scholarly communications services, including: QSpace, Electronic Theses & Dissertations @ Queen's (via QSpace) and OJS @ Queen's
Queen’s University Library provides Research Data Management Services.
The campus libraries offer a wide range of individual and group information sessions, workshops, and curriculum-integrated classes
Copyright and intellectual property information and services, practical copyright guidelines for instructors and students, etc..
Last Updated: 17 July 2014