Archibald Library

Due to COVID-19, starting Monday, March 23, 2020 the Library is CLOSED until further notice. For research assistance or general questions, please email library@briercrest.ca.


The Archibald Library is committed to supporting you in the completion of your course work.

The library has significant electronic resources that can aid in remote research. In addition to our journal and reference databases (found here: https://www.briercrest.ca/library/databases/), the library has a large collection of eBooks available through several databases (found here: https://www.briercrest.ca/library/databases/ebook). These resources are immediately available to you. To access these databases remotely, you will be asked to enter your student ID number. We also encourage you to make use of any local libraries near your home that are still operating.

For some assignments, access to a physical resource, such as an item that was placed on course reserve, may be required. Please contact the library at library@briercrest.ca to discuss how we can help you access the information you need.

For those of you who may have taken Archibald Library books home with you to facilitate the completion of your course work, please be aware that you will need to return these books either by mailing them back (Archibald Library, 510 College Drive, Caronport, SK S0H 0S0) or by returning them in person prior to the end of April. To accommodate this, due dates will be extended to April 30th. Please note that this does not include items that are on course reserve. These items must be returned prior to leaving campus.

For further information on how we can support you as a distance student, including requesting additional books by mail, please refer to our information page for off-campus students: https://www.briercrest.ca/library/offcampus/

For any research assistance or other inquiry, please contact the library at library@briercrest.ca.

We look forward to serving you.

Thank you,

Abigail Durkee
Library Director

 

 

Through my education, I have had my eyes opened to the radical call of the Gospel. Through the community, I have been given the opportunity to live this call out.
Matthew Pauls (College)