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Library News

Michele Charlton  –  Featured News, General Library News, Dalhousie Libraries, ebooks, Kellogg Library, killam library, sexton library, technology, W.K.Kellogg Library
Thursday, August 13, 2015
Make course-related articles and book chapters available electronically to your students! The Dalhousie Libraries are offering faculty an option to have links to licensed e-content added to their reading lists and uploaded to BbLearn or Brightspace (for the Faculties of Agriculture,  Management (CFAME), Architecture and Planning and Health Professions [Social Work programs] ) by one… Read More »

About our Locations

Kellogg

The W. K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library holds Dalhousie’s health sciences collections.

Law 

The Sir James Dunn Law Library, located in the Weldon Law Building, offers a comfortable space for legal study and research.

Sexton

The Sexton Design & Technology Library houses Dalhousie University’s collections in Engineering, Architecture and Planning.

Killam

The Killam Memorial Library is Dalhousie’s central library. It is the largest academic library in the Maritimes.

MacRae

The Dalhousie Faculty of Agriculture's MacRae Library is the largest repository of agricultural resource material in Atlantic Canada.

Administration

Dalhousie University Libraries Administration and the University Librarian’s office is located on the main floor of the Killam Memorial Library.

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