As of November 30th, there will no longer be a need to book your study space in the library. Library staff will be happy to greet you in the library at any time during our open hours.
Academic libraries in Atlantic Canada are working together so that you can return material borrowed from any library to any CAUL-CBUA library near you, and we'll take care of returning it.
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Find information about accessing course reserves, and borrowing from the library and other libraries in Nova Scotia and beyond, including ordering materials through interlibrary loan.
Access the library's scholarly resources and services here. Find journals and databases, check out Acadia Scholar, get data and statistics, find your subject or archival guide, or get help with citing sources and avoiding plagiarism.
Explore the Esther Clark Wright Archives, Atlantic Baptist Archives and Special Collections. Get assignment ideas and unique source material. Learn about Acadia, the Annapolis Valley, Baptist history, and genealogy.
The Writing Centre offers free services for students at all levels, including one-on-one tutorials with trained tutors and a variety of specialized workshops. Visit our website for more information and to sign up to improve your writing.
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