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When Marcellin, a graduate student library assistant who works at the virtual reference desk, needs a break from studying, they like to play a few rounds of online Minesweeper, the classic Windows game that was originally developed to ensure that early

To take a quick break and have a few laughs Tracy Zahradnik (librarian who makes the library Escape Rooms) likes to play a few rounds of MadLibs (https://www.glowwordbooks.com/kids/madlibs/).

Hi, my name is Peter Farrell and I am a graduate student library assistant at the Engineering & Computer Science Library. I'm pursuing my Masters in Library and Information Science.

Alice in InformationLand: An Escape Room

Need help finding a source for your assignment? Got a question about a book you have checked out? The Engineering & Computer Science Library is offering drop-in reference, research, and general library support via our virtual help service.

The APS111 research guide is now online. You can access it here: https://guides.library.utoronto.ca/APS111-2020

We’re very pleased to announce that the Engineering & Computer Science Library (ECSL) is currently undergoingsignificantrenovations toimprovethe HVACand increase studentstudys

Need help finding a source for your assignment? Got a question about a book you have checked out? The Engineering & Computer Science Library is offering drop-in reference, research, and general library support via our virtual help service.

With physical distancing continuing into the summer and now that the semester is almost over (you're almost there!), you might be looking for a new project. Why not try putting together a video game development team?

As lectures and meetings have moved online, there have been many concerns about security and privacy. Learn how you can protect yourself and “hack the hacker” by reading the e-books below: