For centuries, academic libraries were, first and foremost, places where students and faculty members could find and work with books and articles in printed form.
But in recent years, with the proliferation of digital media, the role of libraries has been transformed.
The Laurier Library is the university’s intellectual and cultural heart. It is the place where our community comes to access and interact with information and people across all media, generating new ideas and engaging with the great questions of our time.
We also house the Laurier Archives, keeper of the university’s historical record and legacy as well as leading collections on the environment, music, and the Lutheran Church.
And, of course, we continue to provide the digital resources, books, services and study spaces that inspire our users to achieve excellence in their research, work and lives.
Scanning history at the Laurier Archives
Wilfrid Laurier University Press authors Candida Rifkind and Linda Warley win Gabrielle Roy Prize
Historic records of the Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation donated to Laurier Archives
Laurier Archives launches new online search tool
A voyage of exploration in the Laurier Archives
The Laurier Library transforms into an arts and culture incubator in the digital age
New Robert Langen Art Gallery facility to open in Laurier’s Waterloo campus Library for September 2016
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