UTM Library News
Portal Scheduled Maintenance April 29 at 10:00 PM until May 1 at 10:00 PM
The Portal (Blackboard) will undergo scheduled maintenance from April 29 at 10:00 PM until May 1 at 10:00 PM in order to perform a version upgrade. The Portal will be unavailable for the duration of the maintenance window. Service will be restored earlier if the work is completed ahead of schedule.
Courses that you are working on now for the summer semester will remain intact in the new version. There will be minimal changes in the new upgrade. Details of the features in the new version are available http://portalinfo.utoronto.ca/content/whats-new#new_tools.
LibQUAL Survey Prize Winner!
The UTM Library would like to thank everyone who participated in our LibQUAL Survey. Your feedback is appreciated and important to us.
We also want to congratulate all of our prize winners, including Vicki Tran, winner of the iPad Air Grand Prize!
Very Short Introductions
Very Short Introductions, Oxford University Press. Discover a new topic with these quick but scholarly introductions written by authors who are experts in their field.
The University of Toronto Libraries has established the University of Toronto Libraries Undergraduate Research Prize. This prize will be awarded to current undergraduate students enrolled at the University of Toronto during the 2015-16 academic year. This prize provides students an opportunity to reflect on their information-seeking experience, showcase their research to an audience beyond the classroom, and promote scholarship excellence at the undergraduate level at University of Toronto. Last day for submissions: April 30, 2016, 5 pm EDT - read more here.
UT Libraries News
NEW - U of T Libraries' Research Data Management Website
UofT Libraries has data management expertise and can assist researchers with organizing, sharing & preserving data. [Read More]
U of T Librarians Discover Long-Lost Violin Concerto
Librarians at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music Library have discovered Norwegian composer Johan Halvorsen’s violin concerto that was believed lost for over a century. - See more here.
UTL’s Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office collaborated with local writer Mark Foo and artist David Oxley to create a plot and artifacts that would transport players to another reality.
RefWorks has moved. All University of Toronto RefWorks accounts were migrated from the Scholars Portal Canadian server to the RefWorks US server in July.Your references, folders, attachments, and shares are intact on the new server.
TSpace is a free and secure research repository established by University of Toronto Libraries to disseminate and preserve the scholarly record of University of Toronto.
PubMed is a large biomedical journal article database. Covers over 4000 international journals. Search the health science literature.