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Arts 140: Solving the Climate Crisis: Your library connection

(044) Dr Angela Carter


Flickr results screen for the search: climate. Images include publication covers, protest marches, and posters about climate change Creative commons-limited search, for: climate


This page is just one of many "gateways" to the UWaterloo Library. It's meant to give you quick access to Omni, the Library's catalogue. It also lets me to introduce myself.

In the coming weeks, you'll learn about many other gateways to the library when you work though the module: Introduction to Academic Information, Information Seeking, and Evaluation. I know you will find it very helpful for this course and beyond.

I wish you all the best in the course and please don't hesitate to connect at any time about conducting research here at UWaterloo.

I'm happy to assist.

- Jane Forgay, Librarian for history, political science, and this course

Incorporate quality and current references into your assignments. Start by using Omni, the Library's catalogue

UWaterloo's vast collection of materials is available through Omni, the Library's catalogue. Use Omni's advanced search and apply filters that suit your research parameters. Limit for example, to: "Waterloo online resources" then enter keywords that describe your topic.

Prefer print? Check out Book pickup services. It's the Library's curbside and mail option while the "stacks" are closed because of the pandemic.

Jane Forgay, librarian for this course

Contact me about any research or library-related questions you have.

For example, I can:

* help you find additional sources to fill in gaps

* review and comment on references you are thinking of using in your assignments

* help with a tricky citation

Send an email.