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The Library, in collaboration with the Centre for Academic Excellence is participating in the Long Night Against Prograstination this Thursday, November 5 between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
In addition to extended Reference hours we will be offering our popular Zotero Workshops in both French and English.
Zotero allows you to capture references in databases, as well as other items on the internet, and then using them to incorporate as citations into papers and generate bibliographies in whatever format you choose.
This workshop will take place in the Brenda Wallace Computer Room at the J.N. Desmarais Library.
The French class starts at 7:00 p.m. sharp; the English session at 8:00 p.m. sharp.
In addition, on November 5 we kick off our month-long Amnesty program.
Starting on that day you will pay nothing for your overdues so long as you bring back books, and
- contribute half of your fine (which will be sent to the United Way) or
- bring a non-perishable food item (which will be donated to the Laurentian Food Bank)
The Amnesty program will continue until December 5!
Conditions and details:
- Only overdues on books will be forgiven;
- Overdue books must be returned in good condition
- The amnesty does not apply to overdue laptops or documents on reserve;
- The amnesty only applies to overdues occurring after September 1st 2015;
- Payments for United Way will be accepted in cash only;
- Library staff reserves the final decision to grant amnesty, following the Policy on the Access and Loan of Library Materials.
Any questions can be sent to Leila Saadaoui, coordinator of Borrower Services at firstname.lastname@example.org