The Education Library Fall Term hours are:
MEET WITH YOUR EDUCATION LIBRARIAN
Your Education Librarian is available to assist you with your literature searches and to help you get started wtih your research. Drop in with quick questions or make an appointment to map out a research strategy. We can work together in the Library or via email, chat, Zoom, or Teams. Your questions are welcome.
Sign in to our proxy service with your NetID to access our licensed electronic subscriptions from off-campus. You can log in to the service before starting your searches or just wait to be prompted for your NetID and password the first time you try to access an e-journal, e-book, or database from a Queen's web page.
BORROWING PRINT RESOURCES
Borrowing privileges for graduate students at Queen's:
Queen's Library has reciprocal borrowing agreements with many academic libraries in Canada and the United States. Find out more about how to use these direct borrowing services and lists of our partner libraries here. U of Toronto information is here.
In addition to this guide that focuses on services and resources for Education researchers you will find subject research guides for all disciplines taught at Queen's on the Research by Subject page. These guides will be invaluable to those working on interdisciplinary topics.
Queen's University subscribes to EndNote. The Library's Citation Management Guide explains how to get started with EndNote and other citation management systems. Ask your Education Librarian if you encounter obstacles and we will search for a solution with you.
RESEARCH DATA MANAGEMENT
For assistance with research data management, from developing a data management plan to depositing your data in a shared archive for preservation and long term access, talk to your Education Librarian. To read more about the services available to Queen's researchers for data management, see the Research Data Management Guide.
To print or copy, you will need to add credit to your account on the PaperCut portal. You can add credit using VISA, MasterCard, or Visa Debit. Log in with your Queen's NetID. Scanning to your email address is a free service.
For more details, please consult the following sections:
Need a book delivered to a library near you?
If the item you want is listed in Omni, sign in to Omni and use the Request for Pickup link on the item's record to request that an item be delivered to your Omni library of choice. Delivery time is usually 2 -3 days, depending on the lending library. If the item is not available at another Omni library we will move your request to Interlibrary Loans or recall the item from the current Queen's user. Recalls modify the due date of the item to 1 week from the date of the recall (everyone is, however, guaranteed items for 2 weeks). An email will be sent to you to let you know once the item is available for pick-up, or you can track its status in real time in Omni.
If the item you want is not listed in Omni, use the RACER Interlibrary Loans service to request what you need. We work with libraries worldwide to supply the items you request at no charge.
Read more about your borrowing privileges here.
If you need a scan of a chapter and the book is at Queen's, sign in to Omni and use the Request a Scan option. If the book is not at Queen's use the Get It From Another Library option and check the I only need a specific chapter option. Copyright compliance limits scan requests to 1 chapter or 10 percent of a book.