A major expansion of Robarts Library, designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, will start to take shape this summer thanks to a transformational gift from Drs. Russell and Katherine Morrison. More about Robarts Common.
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Services to help you with all facets of your research: finding materials; discovering resources; and managing your publications and research data.
Support for course readings, syllabi, publishing, and open access.
Hathi Trust Digital Library is now available to the public during the library's closure.
Visit the newly opened Reflection Room at the Gerstein Science Information Centre
Dataverse is the University of Toronto's institutional repository for publishing and sharing your research data. You can upload your research datasets, files, and code.
The Robarts Digital Studio has 2 LulzBot TAZ 6 3D printers. Students, faculty, and staff with a valid TCard can get certified to use the printers.
NVivo 12 is now available to U of T faculty, staff, and students at no cost. NVivo software, designed to help researchers organize, code, and analyze qualitative and mixed methods research data is now available to U of T faculty, staff, and students at
The U of T Libraries has partnered with Textbooks for Change, a social venture that provides affordable and accessible educational material to students locally and abroad.
A new online learning module to help you better understand the ever-evolving evidence for COVID-19 research
The Fisher Library is privileged to be the custodian of the single most important archive of Wolfe manuscript records in the world. This collection is of exceptional cultural and historical importance for all Canadians and is now online.
Are you a U of T student with no computer or wifi access? We can help!
Jan. 27 - Fri, May. 1, 2023
Explore original texts and literature from notable Canadian authors curated from Fisher's literary archival collection.
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The library stands in solidarity with the Black community against anti-Black racism. . . . U of T Librarians have assembled a reading list of resources available at the Libraries about anti-Black racism and violence in Canada, Black resistance, educating against anti-Black racism, and race and health equity. Link in bio for the reading list. . . This list is not exhaustive, and these categories are not mutually exclusive. We encourage you to continue learning beyond this reading list. . Although some of the titles are available to read as ebooks, you can also borrow them from the Toronto Public Library or buy them from Black-owned independent booksellers. . Please note that the compilers of this list are not Black and this initiative is a mark of solidarity in an effort to offer resources to learn. Black Lives Matter. . . . #UofT #uoftlibraries #BlackLivesMatter #readinglist