The St. Jerome’s University Library: at the heart of the campus, a seat of academic assistance and knowledge. Located on the second floor of SJ1 - the classrooms and Library building, our physical collection includes books, periodicals, and audiovisual and electronic resources.
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Whether you’re looking for assignment or research assistance, help with course reserves or copyright, or searching for books and articles, the Library at St. Jerome’s University has the expertise to support your teaching and research needs.
Lorna focuses on information literacy, integrating the library into the academic curriculum, research help, collections, community engagement, and is responsible for overall management of the Library at St. Jerome’s University. Lorna holds an MA in English and a Master of Library Science degree, both from Western University. She has taught in the library programs at both Mohawk College and the Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University.
Deb has over 20 years’ experience working in libraries. She specializes in acquisitions, cataloguing, circulation, copyright, course reserves, archives and outreach and engagement. Deb holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Guelph, a Library Technician diploma from Sheridan College, and a certificate of Records and Information Management from Mohawk College.
Library assistance is also available through the University of Waterloo libraries.