The Academic Data Centre (ADC) helps the entire University of Windsor community access and use statistical and geospatial data, often using sophisticated statistical/data software. Located on the main floor of the Library in room 1004, the ADC offers open hours and pre-arranged appointments.
The Leddy Library assigns a specific librarian to each academic department on campus. This person is generally your first point of contact for any matter regarding library services. To locate the librarian for your department, please consult the Library’s complete up-to-date list of liaison librarians.
The Leddy Library works with Windsor-Essex high school teachers to help students transition to university. Specifically, the Library extends its research facilities to high schools by offering tours and hands-on instructional sessions to secondary schools students. Consult "Library Instruction for Windsor-Essex Secondary Schools" for more information.
The Leddy Library makes access cards available to alumni; area residents; and affiliated faculty, staff, and students from other institutions. If you need to secure a library card for an external partner, please consult Leddy’s Library Cards page for further information.
The Leddy Library offers a number of options for faculty who wish to integrate information literacy instruction skills into their curricula. Please consult Leddy’s Information Literacy and Instruction page for further direction.
Leddy’s Journal Articles and Research Tools portal includes a list of scholarly resources organized by both subject area and resource type.
Your graduate students likely have unique research needs. The Leddy Library has created a list of Services for Graduate Students that includes useful information, instruction, and links specifically tailored for students in master’s or doctoral programs.
The Leddy Library’s Campus Copyright Information page is your primary resource for information regarding fair dealing, copyright ownership, and publishing arrangements – both for your department’s scholarly work and its teaching.
The Southwestern Ontario Digital Archive is a multi-faceted resourced hosted by Leddy Library that archives the history and culture of our region for faculty, students, and external researchers.
Zotero is the University’s bibliographic management system. The web-based system helps users collect, organize, cite, and share resource sources. Please consult the Library’s Bibliographic Management Software page for download links, tutorials and support, and further information.