RULA will be offering RU Debt Free?, a free Financial Literacy Workshop series over the course of the Fall 2018 and Winter 2019 semesters, open to all Ryerson students. Drop by and learn about budgeting, banking, saving, credit basics, and financial life during and after school.
Registration is now open for all undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education students. There are a total of 5 sessions which will be offered afternoons and evenings in both Fall and Winter. You can view the full schedule now.
Due to some leakage over the weekend on the 10th floor, sections of the print collection have been temporarily relocated to an alternate floor. If you are looking for a book on the 10th floor and you are not able to locate it, please ask for help from one of our staff. Due to fans running on the 10th floor and caution tape in certain areas, users may want to access study space on alternate floors until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience!
This summer a team of library staff undertook a massive shifting project in order to integrate our print serials with the rest of our book collection. The purpose of this project was to create more space in the library for students, create more space for our collection, and to make our print collection more accessible.
A total of 515,946 books were moved in the course of these project, and 20,828 shelves were cleaned to make the library a more pleasant and welcoming space.
If you are a frequent visitor to the library stacks, you may notice that things are not where they used to be, and that a lot of books have changed floors. We have updated our catalogue, signage in the stacks, and signage in the elevator to reflect all of the changes that were made during this shift.
A big, huge thank you goes out to all of the staff that were involved in this important project. Drop by the library when you get a chance and see how our space has improved!
New to Ryerson? Navigating an academic library can be confusing but help is available! Here are tips to help you get started!
Library resources are spread across 9 floors.
Get started by finding the Library! The main floor of the Library is on the 2nd floor of the Library building. From there, you can take the stairs or elevator up to floors 3-9. Included in the Library is a renovated quiet study space on the 4th floor, the Ryerson Archives & Special Collections, and the sun soaked 8th floor. Feel free to explore on your own or book a tour.
Online. Online. Connect to online resources from the Library website.
The best way to start a search for a book (or any Library resource) is on the RULA homepage. From the home page, enter the information you have about the book. If the item is available, note the floor and call number – that’s how you’ll find the book. If the title is an eBook or electronic journal, click the link and you’ll be prompted to login to myRyerson.
This book is available online. Click the link to access the book.
Note the floor (2nd) and call number (BF 121 .P827 2017) to find books in person.
We want to hear from you about your experience with the library. It’s your your space, your library, and we want to make it as useful, accessible and welcoming as we can. But we can’t do that without hearing from those who use it the most – YOU!
Please plan to drop in and have your say. We’ll have pizza and refreshments to make sure your belly is full, and your mind open.
Join us on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 between 12pm-2pm in SLC 508, on the 5th floor of the Student Learning Centre.
Did you know that you can book a library tour at RULA? Tours are offered daily, Monday-Friday, at 12pm. They can be booked by new and prospective students, staff, and faculty, and visitors to campus.
Our tours can include visits to the The Ronald D. Besse Information and Learning Commons, The Isaac Olowolafe Jr. Digital Media Experience (DME) Lab and Collaboratory, The Geospatial, Map and Data Centre, and Archives and Special Collections, depending on the interests of the group. We can also do a tour in conjunction with the Ryerson Student Learning Centre if you interested in learning more about both buildings.
RULA will be hosting Women in Red, an event and meetup focusing on creating and improving Wikipedia articles on Indigenous women. This event is part of a project to create, update, and improve Wikipedia articles pertaining to the lives and works of Indigenous women in Canada.
The Women in Red event will be taking place on Wednesday, August 22nd, 12-5pm, in the ILC lab on the main floor of the library. This is a free event open to all. If possible, please sign up for a Wikipedia account before the event so you can participate in the creation and improvement of these articles! You can read more about the Women in Red event here.
Now that the summer semester is complete, students should also take this opportunity to clear all outstanding fines, and return overdue items to ensure access to grades and transcripts. Please check your library account on the Library website to see if you have overdue items, or fines greater than $10. If you are graduating this year, all fines must be paid prior to Fall convocation. Fines can be paid at the Library’s Circulation Desk, either by cash, Interac (debit), VISA, MasterCard, American Express or the Ryerson OneCard. The Library also accepts payment from the above credit cards by phone, please call 416-979-5055, “Option 2″. Enjoy the rest of the summer!
Step 2: Add two-factor to your Ryerson account (i) Log in to my.ryerson with your username and password.
(ii) Look for the Self Service module and click Personal Account.
(iii) Under the Security section, click Two-Factor Authentication.
What to do if you don’t have a mobile phone
If you don’t have a mobile phone or prefer not to use your phone, you can use a universal second factor (U2F) security key or a one-time verification (OTV) code generator. Check with your department for approval purchasing a U2F or OTV.
How two-factor helps secure your account
Two-factor is the best way to protect your Ryerson account and the information in it. With two-factor enabled, even if someone guesses or steals your password, they won’t be able to access your account without something only you would have, such as your phone. It will also protect your account from attackers in cases such as payroll diversions, identity theft, theft of intellectual property, and exam data.