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Fireside reading room at the North Oshawa Library.

Campus Library space enhancements coming soon

A number of key projects are underway to create enhanced spaces and additional seating on the second and third floors of the university’s North Oshawa Library.

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Workshop: Finding and Using Open Textbooks – June 11

Have you ever considered replacing your course textbook with something more affordable and flexible? In this hands-on workshop, explore open textbooks (free online textbooks released under an open copyright license) and open educational resource collections, including supplementary materials such as quizzes and slides for specific courses.

Behringer Podcastudio recording kit

Want to start a podcast? The Campus Library can help

Discover how easy it is to produce a podcast with the Behringer Podcastudio recording kit! You can borrow this kit from the Campus Library for two weeks at a time. The kit includes everything you need for a simple podcast setup.

Ontario Tech University's new logo.

Dawn of a new era: Say hello to Ontario Tech University

The University of Ontario Institute of Technology will begin writing a new chapter in the coming months as it transitions to a distinct new brand. Between now and the start of the next academic year in September, the campus will transform into Ontario Tech University. The university will sport a new look and feel with an exciting new visual identity and market positioning.

From left: In Future History, speaker/activist Sarain Fox and artist/archeologist Kris Nahrgang meet innovators who share their Indigenous knowledge to rewrite history and transform the future.

Watch the Future History docuseries

Looking for more ways to participate in the #Next150 challenge? The Campus Libraries have acquired streaming license for Future History, a docuseries about shifting the colonial narrative and celebrating the reclamation of Indigenous knowledge and identity.

First Contact takes six average Canadians, all with strong opinions about Indigenous people, on a unique 28-day journey into Indigenous Canada.

Watch First Contact: an Indigenous education television series

The Campus Library has obtained streaming licenses to First Contact, a television series that follows six average Canadians with strong opinions about Indigenous people on a month-long journey, where they learn about Indigenous culture, history and present-day communities.