Frequently Asked Questions

Copyright

The Campus Bookstore and the AMS Publishing and Copy Centre are the two main providers of print coursepacks at Queen's University and will obtain permission for you.

Any materials that you would like to include in courseware are...

The Queen's University Library contracts with a variety of vendors and publishers to provide users with thousands of electronic resources (databases, e-journals, e-books, etc.) costing millions of dollars per year.

In addition to paying...

Course Reserves

The Library offers a reserve service. If you would like to learn more about this service, please contact either:

The library staff at the appropriate circulation desk; or The subject liaison librarian assigned to your department.

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Course Reserves are listed in the library catalogue: Course Reserves for Students.

Databases, Journals, Articles

Get It @ Queen's helps you locate full-text versions of articles, books, and other library resources. It links citations (in research databases, on the web) to full-text articles, the Library Catalogue, or other related Library services.

If you experience difficulties accessing a research database:

Consult our Connect from Off-Campus information page If you have problems with your NetID or password: ITS NetID Help If you have problems accessing a specific database: Ask Us

While on campus, access to Queen's resources is available to all users. Off-campus, access to Queen's resources is available to users who configure their Google Scholar Preferences as follows:

In Google Scholar, select Settings icon Select...

Print, Scan, Copy

New multi-functional printing and scanning devices are being installed and tested and we are working to make them available as soon as possible. Limited printing is available at all library locations. Until the new devices are available, we...

Request Materials

A subset of Springer 2019 articles will be available through a new desktop delivery system that the library is piloting. You will be guided to the delivery system directly from the article citation in our Summon library discovery system. For more...

You can recommend that the library purchase a book by placing a request:

directly through your departmental library representative contacting your liaison librarian filling in an online form found at: Recommend a New Collection Acquisition