We have had reports of intermittent SSL error messages when attempting to access articles electronically this week.
We are aware of this issue and are working on it.
Some students have found that clearing their cache and cookies, restarting their web-browser, and/or switching to a different web browser have been helpful.
More information on fixing connection issues is available at:
MRU Library’s Big Ideas Lounge: Respect, Rights and the Secular University
Wednesday, March 12 3 – 5 pm, 2nd Floor Wyckham House
Everyone is welcome to join this dialogue led by Stephanie Stone, Diversity and Human Rights Advisor at MRU. The Big Ideas Lounge invites you to share your ideas and consider the views of others through engaging and thoughtful dialogue.
Snacks provided. See you there!
Student Technology and the new Library & Learning Centre – tell us what you need!
Planning is underway for the Library and Learning Centre, and we would like to hear from students about their technology needs and how to meet them in the new building.
Are your technology needs currently being met on campus? How could technology support for your studies be improved? Come and talk to us about how the new building can best support your learning technology needs.
Let us know in the comments below your ideas for the new library.
More questions? Feel free to contact Alice Swabey at email@example.com or 403.440.7241
Now accepting submissions for the 2014 MRU Library Award for Excellence in Scholarly Endeavors.
This $1000 prize will be awarded for student reseach. Please consult the Award website for more information.
This international travelling exhibition features 27 floor-to-ceiling banners featuring biographies selected from the Dachau Remembrance Book project set up at the former concentration camp’s memorial site. The exhibition is currently on display in the MRU Library until February 17 and has been scheduled to coincide with the MRU conference, Understanding Atrocities.
The Cultural Mosaic Centre of SAMRU is hosting a number of events in conjunction with Black History Month.
Please attend the following events and check out the display on Mainstreet:
Conversations on Black History, Social Change, and Identity Council Chambers, Wyckham House.
Tuesday Feb 4th, 3pm-5pm
Canadian Black History – Passive Display. Wyckham House.
Monday & Tuesday, Feb 10 & 11. All Day.
Blues Vocalist/Speaker Shakura S’Aida and Gloria Schmed.
Jenkins Theatre, Thursday, February 13th. Time: TBA
The library’s catalogue will be unavailable for 10-15 minutes on February 2 starting around 9 pm.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Celebrate Family Literary Day on Mon Jan 27, 2014! Learn and have 15 minutes of fun together as a family.
“The initiative, created by ABC Life Literacy Canada in 1999, has been embraced by literacy organizations, schools and libraries all across Canada”.
Visit their website for activity ideas and more information.
MRU Library is allowing the overnight loan of laptops on a trial basis this term.
You may request an overnight loan on a laptop under the following conditions:
- Monday-Thursday: After 6pm – to be returned the next morning by 9am
- Friday-Saturday: After 4pm – to be returned the next morning by 11am
- Sunday: After 4pm – to be returned the next morning by 9am
Laptops are loaned from the Library Media Desk until 7pm Monday-Thursday and until 5pm Friday-Sunday. After the Media Desk closes, please visit the Circulation / Reserves Desk for assistance in borrowing a laptop.
Please note: Overdue fines on laptops are charged at a rate of $5 per HOUR.
Please be advised the Library will be open until noon on December 24th and will reopen following the holiday break on Thursday January 2nd. Detailed public hours can be found at: http://mtroyal.libcal.com/calendar.php?cid=2780#!/month/2013/12
Please note that the processing of interlibrary loan requests will be suspended between December 23 and January 8.
The Library administrative offices will also be closed from noon Dec 24th and reopen January 2.