Ask a Librarian service
Prefer to see a friendly face? Try our fall 2020 pilot service using Zoom. Zoom is an online video conferencing tool that supports real-time messaging and content sharing.
Video chat with us
Click the link below to join through the web (or if you have the app installed, the link will launch the app). Installing the app is not required. Using your camera is optional, but your sound and microphone will be needed.
Use our online chat service for a text-based conversation with us.
Screen sharing is available and you will get a transcript afterwards by email.
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Working when we are not? Or just prefer email?
Email us and receive a response within 24 hours (excluding holidays).
You are now able to return your books and other borrowed material to the Library. See more about returning items.
All fines will be waived until September 30. Note that returned items are quarantined for 3 days, subsequently a return will not immediately be reflected in your library account, and no fines are incurred during this period.
One exception to the above is for cases where no arrangement is made for the return of equipment. In these cases, replacement costs will be applied to library user accounts.
See more about fines.
Concordia's IT department has centralized the handling of all equipment requests and support. See information for those without necessary equipment.
Yes, Interlibrary Loans services resumed on September 14, 2020.
DPrint machines are not available in the Webster or Vanier Library; however, two DPrint machines are available to students. One DPrint machine is located on the downtown (SGW) campus in LB-119 near the Mackay Street entrance. The other is located on the Loyola campus in the VL-100 atrium.
There is currently no access to on-site library equipment such as book scanners or flatbed scanners.
Loans & Returns (Circulation)
For assistance with borrowing, returns, fines and library accounts
IT support (Concordia wide)