Remote Learning Resources
Even though we can’t meet in person, the library is still here to help you online. You can chat with us, book an online appointment or send us an email. Below is a list of some popular academic and professional skills resources and services to help you get started. And don’t forget to check out the library workshops & events calendar for upcoming workshops, programs, and more.
English Language Support
If you are a multilingual student and wish to improve your English language skills in reading, writing, listening, and speaking, we have a variety of resources and services to support you. Learn more about English Language Support.
Finding Library Resources
Get assistance finding, evaluating, and using library sources. We can help you find scholarly articles, choose the best information, or find databases. Learn more about research assistance.
Library Accessibility Services
Library Accessibility Services (LAS) provides software and technology-based support for reading, writing, note-taking and studying to students who are registered with Student Accessibility Services. However, all current University of Guelph students may access campus licensing for Kurzweil 3000 text read-back and annotation software. Learn more about LAS and adaptive technologies.
While the media studio space is closed and equipment unavailable, we can still support you in developing digital literacy and media creation skills needed for completing digital media assignments such as videos, digital storytelling, podcasts, blogging and more. Learn more about media creation support
Studying, Time Management and Presentation Skills
Develop the skills and strategies you need to learn effectively and achieve your goals related to time management, exam preparation, academic presentations, reading and notetaking, group work, and more. Learn more about how we can support your studying, time management, and presentation skills.
Supported Learning Groups
SLGs are weekly, peer-led, group study sessions facilitated by upper year students for courses that have been identified as particularly challenging for students. Learn more about SLGs.
Working with Data
Strengthen your grammar, style, citations, integration of sources, literature reviews, lab reports, and much more with these resources and services for academic writers at all levels and stages of the writing process. Browse writing resources and workshops.