The Discovery & Access (D&A) team works to connect users with resources and services. Its role within the Library is to provide both online and in-person services to you, our users. This includes circulation and interlibrary services, user experience design, and library website development and management. The D&A team is dedicated to improving the total user experience and ensuring optimal accessibility of resources and services.
This team assists and instructs users in finding information, recommending sources for research, suggesting research strategies and helping users navigate a wide array of electronic and print resources using a range of in-person, on phone, chat, IM, and one-on-one consultations.
This team is responsible for ensuring that you have easy access to the resources you need to complete your research and assignments. Services include: circulation, patron account management, and interlibrary loan services.
The Library Accessibility Services team is responsible for ensuring all users have equitable access to our Library and Learning Commons services and resources. This team also provides assistance with adaptive software and hardware to assist students, staff, and faculty.
The User Experience Team improves the user's experience by evaluating services based on user behaviours, expectations, and needs.
This team is responsible for the Library’s web presence. It designs, develops, publishes, and maintains the Library website by following AODA, Library, and University guidelines. This team is also responsible for the customisation and configuration of many of our web-based applications, such as Primo.
General Library Enquiries? Get in touch.
Looking for someone specific? See our staff list below.
|First Name||Last Name||Title|
|Robin||Bergart||User Experience Librarian|
|Shannon||Bolton||Library Assistant, Access Services|
|Bobbie||Dawkins||Library Assistant, Access Services|
|Athol||Gow||Manager, Library Accessibility Services|
|Rosemary||Harrington||Library Assistant, Access Services|
|Brooke||Hiemstra||Library Assistant Accessibility Services|