Need more study time? To serve our students, Archer Library will remain open until 2 a.m. from Sunday, December 8 to Friday, December 20, 2019. Access from 11 p.m. – 2 a.m. will be to the main floor only, with 400 seats available. Services will be limited. Community Assistants will be monitoring the front door, … Continue reading We’re open until 2 a.m. during final exams!
Once again the Dr. John Archer Library and the libraries of the federated colleges will be forgiving fines in exchange for food donations. For every food item you bring in, we will forgive $2 in fines, up to a maximum of $30. Donations made to Archer, Luther, and Campion will go to the URSU Cares … Continue reading Food for Fines
The Treasuring Robinson Crusoe - 300 Years of Adventure Symposium is ongoing today! Details about the event are on the poster below. If you don't have a chance to hear the panelists, check out the Robinson Crusoe display at Archer Library. Featured items include rare books from the William S. Lloyd Collection of Robinson Crusoe.
Are you registered as a student in the Winter 2020 semester at the University of Regina? The Archer Library has an opening for the position of Library and Archives Digitization Student Assistant, check under Student Positions on the UofR Human Resources website. Apply online using the HR E-Recruitment system, closing date is November 15, 2019!
Are you registered as a student in the Winter 2020 semester at the University of Regina? The Archer Library has an opening for the position of Library Student Assistant, check under Student Positions on the UofR Human Resources website. Apply online using the HR E-Recruitment system, closing date is November 20, 2019!
The University of Regina’s Open Textbook Publishing Program in collaboration with Archer Library is pleased to present the first of three workshops on open educational resources – how to find and evaluate the quality of resources, how to use them in your teaching, and what the experience has been for instructors and students currently using … Continue reading Workshop: Using Open Resources in Your Teaching
The Research Tune-up Workshops are designed for graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and other campus researchers. You are welcome to attend whether you are new to research or looking for information on new tools and trends that may have an impact on your work. The emphasis is on practical strategies to help you achieve your research … Continue reading Fall 2019 Research Tune-up Workshops