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Sheridan Supports and Services

The Library


Even though you can't visit our physical libraries, our services and resources are all still available to you online! Here are a few things to familiarize yourself with (and even bookmark!) before you start classes.

Doing Research

Conduct research for your assignments within the comfort of your own home! The majority of the Library's collection is online and can be found right from the homepage. You can search through databases, online books and journals and can even find information and resources that have been tailored for your course or assignment.

Take a tour of the library's website to learn more.

Visit our Research Guides for subject or even course-specific information and resources.

New to conducting research in post-secondary? Check out our Research and Academic Skills guide.

APA, Citations and References

Citing your sources is a must in College!  Most programs use APA Style although you may find yourself using Chicago, MLA or another style in some certain programs and courses. Learn the ins and outs of citations by visiting our online guides:

Visit the Cite it Right Guide

Learn all about APA Style 

Meet your Librarian

Each Faculty has a dedicated Liaison Librarian who can help you feel comfortable with research, citation and study skills. 

See our Staff Directory for the Liaison Librarian for your Faculty.

Learn more in the first-year student guide 

Getting Help

The Library is open 7 days per week! You can call, email or chat with us online. 

Learn how to connect with us.