You can access the Library's electronic resources - ebooks, databases, journals, etc. -- from wherever you are simply by logging in with your Brock ID and password. You will be prompted to log in at point of use.
Access key resources for your discipline through this the tabs on this research guide, or visit the Library website. Trouble logging in? Try these tips.
Distance Students - Order home delivery of print Library materials right to your doorstep!
Please note the following Guidelines:
If you're looking for a book the Brock Library does not have, you may want to check if a nearby university library has it in their collection:
Students may borrow books in person from other Ontario university libraries (Direct Borrowing), with the exception of the University of Toronto. A valid Brock University Identification Card is required, and users may be required to show additional picture identification. Books may be returned to the lending library or to the Circulation Services Desk at the James A. Gibson Library.
Arrangements also exist for borrowing from out-of-province universities (Atlantic, Quebec, Prairie and Pacific).
See Canadian Universities Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement for more information.
What if Brock does not have the article/book I need?
RACER Interlibrary Loan allows users to search in all Ontario university and worldwide libraries to place requests for items that Brock does not own.
First-time users need to register & create a PIN. More information here.
Need help? Watch the RACER Set up and Simple Search video tutorial.
What if the article I want is only available in print at the Library?
You can order a photocopy! The article must be available in print in the Brock Library.
Cost: $.12 per page, plus the cost of mailing.
E-mail, phone, fax or use the web form to submit your requests to Library Copying and Printing Services.
Phone: 905-688-5550 ext.3263
Make sure you include all of the following information in your requests: