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Studies in Islam is a multi-disciplinary program, housed at and administered by Renison University College, and open to all University of Waterloo students. An emphasis of this program is the interdisciplinary approach to studying Islam and Muslims, exploring the history as well as contemporary issues.
Omni seamlessly connects 15 partner Ontario university libraries through one library catalogue. Students, faculty, staff, and retirees may use Interlibrary loan (ILL) to request materials not found in the UWaterloo library system from these partner libraries free of charge. You can order materials directly through the Omni catalogue!
For further instruction on how to use Omni, check out the Getting Started with Omni guide created by Wilfred Laurier University library.
Use Interlibrary Loan (ILL) to find books and articles that are not available in the University of Waterloo or Omni library system, or University of Waterloo article databases. Inter-library loan staff will let you know if your request can be filled. This is a free service. Delivery time is estimated at 7-10 days. Article requests are frequently fulfilled digitally.
For film resources on uWaterloo campus, students and faculty can visit the Media Resources Library.
To find out what is available for borrowing of streaming, search their media catalogue. Check their frequently asked questions page to find answers about their services and access to streaming.