WHAT: a forum for anyone (undergrad or graduate students, staff, faculty) to present in a supportive environment; sort of a TEDtalk, but real-time at the Library for a studio-based environment of peers. Any topic of interest to you can be of interest to us!
WHEN: every Wednesday from 24 January to 28 March (excluding 21 February during Reading Week) from 1:00 – 2:00 pm
WHERE:OCAD U Learning Zone 1st Level, MCC (Annex Blg., 113 McCaul St.) HOW: send an email to Daniel Payne (firstname.lastname@example.org), include a:
Image credit: Photographer unknown. (1953). 'Lily Maley and class, Glendon Hall'. OCAD University Visual Resources & Special Collections. [PH554 / 20_220_022]. Toronto, Canada.
New Holds Service
You can now request library materials by placing holds on library items. This means if you are not physically on campus but want the library to hold a book for you, you can request a hold online through the library catalogue. The book will be available for pick-up at the library circulation desk for 6 days after you place the hold. A non-pick up penalty of $3 will apply to books not picked up after the week expires. You may cancel a hold online or in-person anytime during the week it is being held.
Processing Charges for Lost Books
In the Fall of 2017, Library Council undertook a review of library policies pertaining to fees and fines. In order to recover the resources used for replacing lost titles, the processing charge for lost books will be $50 as of January 2018. In addition to the $50 processing charge (per title), patrons are also responsible for paying for the cost of the lost book(s). This policy change is consistent with library policies across Ontario Universities.