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Prix D’Excellence for best PR/ marketing/ communications initiative

Concordia University has won its second gold medal for the communications regarding the Webster Transformation! This time, the University has been awarded a Prix D’Excellence from the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education (CCAE). The PRIX D’EXCELLENCE is the… Continue Reading →

We won an award for best practices in communications and marketing

Concordia University’s publicity campaign for the Webster Library Transformation (which includes this blog) won an award for best practices in communications and marketing. Read more…

Collection Reconfiguration Project: One large step towards a healthy collection

The Webster Library Transformation project has offered the opportunity for yet another first: a comprehensive assessment and reconfiguration of our library collections at both campuses. This review will include different document types and formats including reference material, circulating monographs, government… Continue Reading →

Our vision for the Webster Library

More study seats to accommodate a growing student population The Webster Library will be expanded and renovated to increase space by 27% and increase the number of study seats by 113% (1,550 to 3,300). 11 types of study spaces will… Continue Reading →

Project timeline

This is the timeline we have now, but it is likely to change in the future. More details (services and precise spaces affected as well as mitigation efforts) will become available closer to the start of each phase. Phase Dates… Continue Reading →

Webster Library Transformation project approved by Concordia’s Board of Governors

We’re very pleased to announce that on Wednesday, October 22, Concordia’s Board of Governors approved the Webster Library Transformation project. This project will address a longstanding need for more student study space in response to the almost tripling of our… Continue Reading →

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