On April 4th at 2pm in the student lounge, the library will be hosting a kick-off event for our month long F.A.C.E. (Faculty Academic Contributions) Exhibit recognizing the important academic contributions our faculty make to the academic knowledge base worldwide. Join us as we host honoured guest speakers Dr. Peter McIntyre and Dr. Robert Campbell More »
Please note: On April 30, 2014, we will no longer be subscribing to RefWorks. Instead, you can use Zotero. We recommend you transfer your RefWorks citations to Zotero as soon as you can. For more info, please visit our Zotero page.
Reduce or clear your Novanet library fines–with food! From February 17 – March 9, donate a non-perishable food item and CBU Library will reduce your library fine by $2, to a maximum of $50. All food donations will be given to Feed Nova Scotia. You can bring your donations of canned goods or other non-perishable More »
Do you use Google Scholar? If so, you can now get full-text CBU articles through Google Scholar. Follow this link to learn more.
Starting today the library will be offering a pick-up and delivery service for ILL/Novanet Documents and CBU Library books. This service will allow faculty to have items dropped off to their School offices Mon-Fri between 2-3pm. You can request delivery to your School office through the Library ILL/Document Delivery department (see details, below). In addition, More »
The CBU Library will be reopening on Thurs. Jan. 2 from 8:30 – 4. We will also be open on Fri. Jan. 3., closed Sat. and Sunday and opening with regular hours on Mon., Jan. 6. Visit our hours page for more details. Happy New Year!
Due to construction work in the library, we will be closed Thurs, Dec. 19th and Fri. Dec. 20th. This was scheduled to not conflict with exams or regular classes. We will reopen on Monday, Dec. 23rd. You can deposit items in the book chute outside the library main doors for return. We apologize for any More »
CBU Library Staff are not authorized to waive or clear fines partially or in full. For questions about fines please contact the Head of Circulation, Debbie MacInnis, at 563-1674 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the exam period (Dec. 5th– 13th) the library will be open until 1 am. The 2nd floor will also be open for quiet study until 1 am. Library Services will continue to cease at 10pm as usual.
The library is experiencing a temporary issue with the Try@CBU button leading to full-text materials using LinkSource for off-campus students. To circumvent Try@CBU/LinkSource related issues: Students are advised to locate citations within their chosen database, and then search for the desired journal within the Journal Titles (A-Z List). If CBU Library has access to an electronic More »