Support for faculty
Including retired faculty
Refer students to subject guides, for course and discipline specific resources, as well as the Library Research Skills Tutorial, Library workshops, or our general how-to library guides for help with library research skills, finding relevant books and articles, writing and citing help, and more.
Course reserves guide for instructors
Post online readings in the Course Reserves system to ensure copyright compliance and adherence to usage rights for electronic resources. More information on the types of materials that can be posted, including streaming video.
Open Educational Resources guide
Find no-cost, adaptable, open educational resources for your courses.
See the Library Resources Moodle Block, a component in Moodle that provides course-specific library resources selected by the subject librarian.
See the Library's Copyright guide for an introduction to the Canadian Copyright Act in the context of research and education.
Consult eConcordia course developers guide for using library resources in eConcordia online courses.
Did you know...
By depositing in Spectrum, Concordia University's open access research repository, Concordia scholars provide free and immediate access to their work and thus increase the visibility of their own research and their university's intellectual output.
The Sofia Discovery tool is a shared bilingual catalogue consolidating the collections of all 18 partner institutions, provides the Concordia community with access to more than 20 million items and serves as a single portal for searching, accessing and requesting material across the member universities.
Search by database name or browse databases by subject or content type
Locate a specific article by citation or DOI
Requesting items from the collection
Hold requests: Have books (and regularly circulating items) set aside for pickup on the Hold Shelf at either Library.
Article/Chapter Scan & Deliver service: Articles and chapters from Concordia's collection of books and print or microform periodicals (e.g., journals, magazines, newspapers and conferences), as well as the front and back matter from print books, can be scanned and emailed to you as a PDF attachment.
Intercampus delivery of bound periodicals and microforms: Full volumes of a bound periodical or a periodical on microform can be transfered by intercampus delivery to Vanier Library or Webster Library for pickup.
Access to collections beyond Concordia
Persons appointed to borrow items on behalf of faculty