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COVID-19 update: New COVID-19 communications protocols, campus non-medical mask protocol

Limited Computers (50) and Study Spaces (81) on the 1st and 2nd floors of the TFDL are available and must be booked. Book here.

We are now offering contactless pickup – for current Ucalgary Students, Faculty and Staff only. Place requests for materials that you want from our library system. Pick them up when you receive an email.

Virtual service hours today: 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM.10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. You can return your books to the exterior book drop on the East side of the TFDL. More information on the Covid 19 page.

Personalized research and library support for you

What is myLibrarian?


Librarians provide personalized research and learning help to all University of Calgary students. Whether you need in-depth research help, searching strategies, advice finding good-quality information online, or a friendly expert to chat with, your librarian looks forward to hearing from you!

Find your librarian and sign up for our tailored program to help you throughout your first year.

What can myLibrarian help me with?

  • Understanding the scholarship in your field of study
  • Suggestions for navigating academic resources on campus
  • Searching effectively and efficiently for resources digitally and in print
  • Connect you with innovative technology to support your projects
  • Finding literature for assignments
  • Determining quality of sources
  • Managing the scholarly resources you find
  • Getting familiar with academic resources including databases
  • Focusing a topic you’re interested in exploring
  • And more!

How do I find myLibrarian?

1. Find someone who knows my subject:

2. Or, find someone who can relate:

*Please let us know your background to be able to expand these contact options in the future.

Note: Although we will endeavour to match you with someone who shares your lived experience, if not currently possible, someone with some experience and familiarity will be suggested.

3. Or, find someone who speaks my language: