This prize provides undergraduate students with an opportunity to reflect on their research experience and showcase their findings to an audience beyond the classroom. Winners will receive $1000 for their innovative use of information sources. The submission deadline for the research prize is Sunday, April 16, 2023.
January 23-April 28 2023 This exhibition will explore the ways that luxury book manufacture came to provide roles for women in the book arts, initiating a sisterhood of illustrators, illuminators, engravers, designers, compositors, and even publishers.
The University of Toronto Libraries is dedicated to building and improving relationships with Indigenous communities to better understand our obligations and responsibilities. The University of Toronto Libraries also supports the preservation, revitalization, and promotion of Indigenous languages.
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.
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.
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.
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.