About the Library
Each year, Guelph faculty, staff, students, alumni and retirees write, edit and translate an impressive number of books that reflect the breadth and diversity of the campus community's research, personal and professional interests. The Library celebrates campus authors and their books in an annual event.
The Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN) is a partnership of Canadian universities, dedicated to expanding digital content for the academic research enterprise in Canada. Through its membership in CRKN, the University of Guelph has gained access to valuable research resources.
Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN) This joint venture involves the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI), eight provinces, 67 universities, 900,000 Canadian researchers, scholars and students and a $47 million investment. It provides Canadian researchers and students with the ability to seamlessly search, access, consult and integrate a rich digital collection of content from the social sciences and humanities.
The L.M. Montgomery Research Centre Web site is a scholarly resource designed to highlight the L.M. Montgomery Collection of the University of Guelph Library, making it visible and easily accessible to scholars and readers of Lucy Maud Montgomery.
The mission of the institutional repository is to promote scholarly communication by collecting and preserving the University of Guelph's intellectual output and ensuring that it has higher visibility and greater accessibility.
The Library provides the infrastructure for the management and publication of online journals. Our priority is to support campus partners in the publication of peer-reviewed open access journals.