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An exhibition that acknowledges and honours the social, cultural, and literary achievements of Black authors and artists in a wide variety of fields—poets, novelists, journalists, playwrights, musicians, memoirists, and many more.
Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library has mounted this online exhibition featuring highlights from the Library's collection of original documents relating to the history of insulin research.
Library users can now request scanned copies of print journal articles held by some U of T libraries.
Take an architectural tour of Robarts Library!
Watch hundreds of films from major studios including Walt Disney Pictures, Touchstones Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Columbia Pictures, Tristar Pictures, Universal Studios Canada and MGM Studios.
Through the Revolving Door: The Fisher Library Blog
Learn library skills at your own pace and get CCR credit!
Looking for study space on campus?
Visit the Fisher Libraray's How does my garden grow? virtual exhibit
U of T students have full access to the Coursera catalogue of MOOC courses, including completion certification. Register before October 31 for the fall term.
A new online learning module to help you better understand the ever-evolving evidence for COVID-19 research
NVivo 12 is now available to U of T faculty, staff, and students at no cost. NVivo software, designed to help researchers organize, code, and analyze qualitative and mixed methods research data is now available to U of T faculty, staff, and students at
NVivo software, available for download in both Windows and Mac versions, is designed to help researchers organize, code, and analyze qualitative and mixed methods research data. To obtain the NVivo license key, fill out the form here.
Dataverse is the University of Toronto's institutional repository for publishing and sharing your research data. You can upload your research datasets, files, and code.
Why use Dataverse?
- A journal has asked you to share your data
- You teach a class and want to share data for lectures or assignments
- You want a single place to house your lab/research team's data
- You just graduated! You want to make your thesis/dissertation data available
- You want colleagues/other researchers to build on your research by sharing your data
The Fisher Library is privileged to be the custodian of the single most important archive of Wolfe manuscript records in the world. This collection is of exceptional cultural and historical importance for all Canadians and is now online.