The University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian, whose office is located in the UASC reading area, may also be available to assist you (appointment recommended -- 566-0536 Simon Lloyd email@example.com). Appointments with UASC staff for visits outside of scheduled hours and for in-depth reference consultations may be arranged.
If you would like to contribute to the development of the Robertson Library's digital collections (which are freely available to all) please visit our Gift page or contact Donald Moses (firstname.lastname@example.org, 902-566-0460).
These collections have been digitized by UPEI Robertson Library staff. For commercially published digital collections (e.g. ebooks), see Find Books and More.
Use of the Library during the Winter 2021 semester requires reservation of a space before arrival. All study rooms, study carrels, study tables, and computer workstations are labelled and available for booking through the Library’s online reservation system. For more information, please visit our Space Booking Policy page.
OpCit Project - A wealth of information about the impacts of Open Access, including an up-to-date list and summary of research articles on the effect of open access and downloads on citation impact and related topics.
Open Access Week 2010 (video) – a one-minute animated video developed by the Canadian Association of Research Libraries and McGill Libraries to describe the concept of open access.
Greater Reach for Your Research: Resources for Authors - this list of resources, compiled by the Canadian Association of Research Libraries, includes the SPARC Canadian Author Addendum, Greater Reach for Your Research: Expanding Readership Through Digital Repositories and Create Change Canada.
Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook - OASIS is a "sourcebook" on OA for researchers, librarians, publishers, administrators, students and the public. Resources include Briefing Papers, Guides and Overviews, Videos, and Presentations.