University of Toronto Libraries

The University of Toronto Libraries (UTL) consists of 42 libraries at three campuses, supporting learning, teaching and research at U of T with collections that are unparalleled in Canada in their richness and diversity. UTL plays an important role in student learning experiences, both inside and beyond the classroom, by building lifelong information, digital and technological literacy.  

The Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office supports faculty, staff and students on issues regarding copyright and scholarly communications, including course readings and reserve support through the Syllabus Service 

Teaching and research support through the Liaison Librarian program: a variety of resources and services are available to support instructors’ teaching goals and students’ learning needs, including:  

  • course-embedded library instruction  
  • course-related research guides  
  • assignment design assistance 
  • resource acquisitions  
  • disseminating research outputs 
  • curriculum mapping 
  • self-paced asynchronous modules and open registration workshops supporting information and data literacy  

Collaborates with CTSI for the Partnering for Academic Student Success (PASS) initiative.