Introduction to U of T Library: Research Skills and Resources

Are you overwhelmed by the UofT Library website? Can’t find or access resources and not sure who or how to ask for help? This workshop will introduce participants to the University of Toronto Library system. You will learn how to navigate the library website to find books, peer-reviewed articles and other materials for your courses, as well as where to get help. The workshop will also introduce citation tools and accessibility accommodations available. Please feel free to bring your own laptop to the workshop. We will also have a few laptops available for use.

Facilitator: Aneta Kwak, Accessibility and Public Services Librarian, DG Ivey Library, New College, University of Toronto

Date: November 21, 2019
Time: 12:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Location: 563 Spadina Crescent Rm 236

Topics covered at the workshop:
U of T library website & database navigation
Support accessing resources
Citation tools
Available accessibility accommodations

Access Information
Refreshments will be provided! Vegan, gluten-free options available.
Wheelchair accessible. Accessible all-gender washroom located on the same floor as the event room.
TTC Tokens are available upon request.
If you require ASL interpretation to attend the workshop please contact us by November 13, 2019. We politely request that attendees refrain from wearing scented products as this will be a fragrance-free space.

For more information and access needs please contact or see the Facebook event.