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Biology - 2022 Summon Version

A guide to Biology resources in UVic Libraries

UVic Libraries Winter 2022 Update

Welcome to UVic Libraries!

The Mearns Centre for Learning - McPherson Library is located at the heart of campus. The Libraries is now fully open and offers online and in person help for your research and course work. Keep an eye on the "updates" link and the "changes" link on the top banner of the Libraries home page for any changes to library services as the COVID-19 situation evolves and for new Fall 2021 library services.

Here are some quick links to help you get started:

  • Libraries Hours
  • Library Help Videos will help you with developing your research skills.
  • Workshops by experts cover digital tools, research skills, and scholarship supports.
  • Libraries AskUs offers help via: email; chat; personal consultations; and text messaging.
  • Subject Librarians are available for consultations and have developed discipline specific Help Guides designed to highlight discipline specific resources and research databases.  

Take time to fully explore the UVic Libraries website to discover the Libraries' online resources for your course work and research. Also, "like/follow" the Libraries Social Media posts: Instagram I Facebook I Twitter I YouTube | LibraryNews

For students new to the Libraries, checkout these "Get Started@UVic LIbraries" guides:

View the UVic Libraries 360 video tour created for Fall 2020 when the Libraries was closed. This video features some of the key academic supports available to you. We do encourage you to explore the Library in person as part of your orientation to UVic.

Territorial Acknowledgement

UVic Libraries acknowledges with respect…

the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples on whose traditional territory the university stands and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day. 

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