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New and featured databases
The Library is ending its subscription to ProQuest’s RefWorks citation management software effective August 31, 2016. The decision to end support for RefWorks at OCAD University was arrived at after a thorough evaluation of local usage, cost effectiveness, potential impact on our users and the availability of comparable, and free, citation management systems. It will be necessary for all RefWorks users to back up and export their data (including all files and citations) prior to August 31.
OCAD U's Library is offering trial access to ACLS Humanities E-Books. This resource includes 4,680 full-text, cross-searchable books in the humanities, selected by scholars for their continuing importance for research and teaching. Content includes many prize-winning works selected in collaboration with member societies of the American Council of Learned Societies and more than 100 publishers. The collection encompasses a variety of subject areas, including LGBT/queer studies, film and media studies, indigenous cultures, art and architectural history and literary criticism. Please contact the Library to submit any feedback on this resource.
The Canadian Health Research Collection is a growing and curated collection of more than 10,000 current health-policy and technical medical research publications from a variety of Canadian research institutes, government agencies and university centres.
Library news and events
LIBRARY NEWSLETTER: View our Summer 2016 newsletter profiling new services, resources, policies, collections and initiatives.
BOOK DISPLAY:Celebrate Pride Month at the OCAD U Library; view our display and research guide highlighting books about LGBTQ+ art and artists in the collection
LIBRARY SUMMER HOURS April 25 to September 6, 2016
- Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 6:45 p.m.
- CLOSED: Saturday and Sunday
ACCESS ARTIST WRITINGS: Artists as Writers index