Frequently Asked Questions
The QCAT Library Catalogue is the main inventory of books, journal titles (print and online), media, and other documents held in the Queen’s University Library collection. It contains over 2.3 million records.
Summon is a search engine...
Summon is a search engine that provides credible, relevance ranked results from the library’s online and print collections in a single search.
It searches through a massive collection of books, scholarly journals, newspaper articles...
Yes you can.Check Audio Visual Equipment to see a description of multimedia facilities available at the library. You can also borrow from the Queen's University AMS Student Government.
Open Access to research results means providing free and immediate access to scholarly research online, thus increasing exposure and potential impact both within the academy and beyond.
Unrestricted access to research for redistribution...
Please check our How To: VPN page.
No. The Web Proxy will continue to be available, and you do not have to use VPN.
Yes. But you may require administrator privileges to download the VPN client. Contact your on-site IT Help Desk.
You may be required to change/reset your Queen's NetID password to comply with updated security requirements.
You should go through your IT Admin Rep (Information Technology Administration) or the ITServices General Office to obtain your NetID.