The promotion of resources and services through displays and exhibitions is integral to the Library’s public relations program.
This site, launched in conjunction with Asian Heritage Month 2003, highlights some of the achievements of Canadians of Asian heritage. Ryerson University Library resources are emphasized.
Freedom to Read Week encourages Canadians to think about and reaffirm their commitment to intellectual freedom, which is guaranteed them under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. This virtual display provided links to several
related web sites.
The Black Experience in Canada was prepared in conjunction with African Heritage / Black History Month 2008. The display consists of links to Ryerson Library resources and
to related web sites.
The Lowenthal Dance Collection was acquired through the joint efforts of the Ryerson Library and Ryerson’s Dance Program. The collection represents a broad cross-section of dance
forms and includes biographical, critical, pictorial and philosophical discourses on dance. This virtual exhibition is based on a display
that was assembled in the Library’s Reference area during the
fall of 2000.
Researching the Holocaust was prepared in conjunction with the 20th Annual Holocaust Education Week, Oct. 28 through Nov. 9, 2000. It highlights Web-based resources and materials
on the Holocaust available through the Ryerson Library.
Canadian resources, often available through the library, are highlighted on this site for uncovering/recovering sources on sexuality. Included are links to community histories, dissertations and theses, relevant government publications and a few statistical sources.