The Dawson College library is here to serve the academic needs of students and teachers, and we need your help to make strong choices about the library’s collections.
To that end, we urge you to use our online forms to request new library materials or schedule an in-class library instruction session. Please feel free to contact us any time for more information about our services, or to discuss matters relating to our collections.
Library Request Forms
Complete this form to arrange a library orientation session in your classroom, or in the library’s own computer lab (room 6C.2). Please be sure to provide as much detail as possible about the course, and to attach a copy of your assignment. You will receive an automatic confirmation of your request, and a librarian will be in touch to verify availability.
When you complete the purchase request form your request will be submitted for review by the library’s selection committee and you will receive an automatic confirmation. We will contact you once the book has been processed and is available for circulation. A librarian will get in touch if there are any questions about your request.
Please lets us know if you have ideas about how we can improve our collections or services.
For further details, please visit our Film Services page.
All members of the Dawson community can access the Dawson Library’s eBook collections and periodical databases, both on and off campus, for personal or professional purposes. For individual instruction in how to use/access these resources, please don’t hesitate to contact a Librarian. For access to information beyond our collections, please see the links below.
Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ)
Subscribe to access a wealth of subscription-based Online Resources.
|Centre de documentation collégiale
Digital Resources include: email@example.com to subscribe
Library Information for CEGEP Faculty and Students
Ask a Reference Librarian to provide you with a signed letter, authorizing you to borrow books.
Faculty from Quebec Universities and CEGEPs
If the library doesn’t have what you’re looking for, we may be able to obtain materials from another library. Delivery times vary and there are costs associated with most transactions, which must be absorbed by the borrower or his/her department. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Margaret Black at extension 1795.
Copyrighted works may be used under Fair Dealing Guidelines (CMEC); but it is important to understand that “Fair Dealing” is only a legal defence, and not a guarantee against infringement. For more information on copyright in an educational context, please see Copyright Matters!: Some Key Questions and Answers for Teachers.
For further guidance on Copyright matters, particularly as pertains to the creation of course manuals at Dawson Collection, please contact the Print Shop: (514) 931-8731 ext. 1118 (room 2E.1).