Accessing Library Research Resources

Register here!

Tuesday, September 15
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
College Building, Room 106, 2155 College Avenue, Regina

Come and learn how we can help you delve more deeply into the key topics that inspire you and your organization.  Many expensive databases and research tools are freely available to community members through the University of Regina Library and the Regina Public Library.  These resources can help you do top quality research.  They will help you learn about your areas of interest and provide you with the latest leading edge research as well as reliable and accurate statistics on almost any topic.

Facilitators:

Robert Thomas has worked as a research librarian at the University of Regina’s Dr. John Archer Library since 2009.  He specializes in humanities and social sciences research.

Andrea Newland is the Manager of Collections and Technical Services with the Regina Public Library.  She oversees the purchasing and processing of new materials (print & electronic) added to the Regina Public Library’s central library and eight branch locations.  Prior to this role, she was the Business Services Librarian with Regina Public Library.  Andrea has been a librarian since 2002 and has worked in many different types of libraries since graduating with a Master of Library Science Degree from the University of Western Ontario.

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