Effective September 8, 2020, the Oshawa Campus Library will be open with significant limitations on seating and building capacity. Masks will be required for everyone who visits the Library.
While our Whitby Campus Library remains closed, our services and supports continue to be available remotely or you can visit us in person at our Oshawa location.
North Oshawa Campus Library (Fall 2020)
- Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Friday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Saturday/Sunday: Closed
Library spaces are open for current students, staff and faculty only.
We are not able to welcome alumni or members of the general public as visitors at this time.
- Individual study seats on the 1st, 2nd & 3rd floors
- 16 computer workstations
- Adaptive technology space for students with accessibility needs
- Library Computer Labs LIB 134 & 136
- Fireside Reading Room
- Lower Level and The Den
- Group Study Rooms on all levels
- Silent Study room on the 3rd floor
- 4th floor study area
Food and drinks are not permitted in the Library in order to comply with the mandatory mask policy on campus.
Food and drinks are permitted in the Durham College Marketplace.
- Students: Contact the Access & Support Centre
- Faculty and Staff: Contact Maureen Calhoun, Health & Safety Officer
Library Collections Assistance
Search Omni, our Library’s online search tool to access the Library’s ebooks, online journal and newspaper articles, streaming video and more. Login for access 24/7 with your campus network login credentials.
Research Guides are curated by your Librarian to highlight the best resources for your assignments and projects.
Databases A-Z lists all of our subscription databases. Filter this list by subject or format to quickly find sources for your research.
Contact Library.Resources@DurhamCollege.ca for assistance accessing the Library’s online resources.
Login to your Library Account to view material currently on loan, renew material and confirm due dates.
As of September 8, 2020 the Oshawa Campus Library is open and processing returned material.
During the Library closure, due dates on all loaned items were extended to September 30, 2020. Please either renew or return Library material in order to avoid overdue fines.
Contact email@example.com if you have questions about returns and renewals.
You can place requests for books held in the Whitby Library for delivery to the Oshawa Campus Library.
You must be signed in to Omni to place requests. Click the Request button under Get It in the Omni record, and complete the required information. You will receive an email notification when the item is ready for pickup.
The Library also offers Digitization for single chapters or single articles from print books and journals. To request digitization, click on the Digitization button under Get It in the Omni record, and complete the required information. Digitization requests are subject to the limitations of the Copyright Act, Fair Dealing and Access Copyright.
Print Reserves are available at the Oshawa Campus Library on one or three day loan, with a mandatory three day quarantine for all returned materials.
Electronic Reserves are available, subject to the limitations of the Copyright Act, Fair Dealing and Access Copyright.
We are currently accepting faculty course reserve requests. Please note that faculty need to complete a Course Reserves Request form in order to ensure that material is available on reserve.
Visit the Course Reserves section of our website for more information.
Access to the Archives is by appointment only.
For finding aids and archival holdings information, visit the Archival Collections Guide.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment or access material in the digital archives.
Contact your Subject Librarian to schedule an online research consultation. We can help identify sources, construct search strategies, manage citations, identify journals for publication and measure your research impact.
AskON virtual chat help is available for online research support. Click to chat live with Library staff and get help finding, evaluating and citing sources for your research.
Contact email@example.com for email assistance.
Our team of research experts responds to your questions Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm and Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Librarians are here to support teaching and learning in all Durham College classrooms, whether in person or online. Subject Librarians are available to deliver customized instruction sessions and workshops to help students develop their skills to find, evaluate and ethically use information from a variety of sources. We offer live online sessions as well as asynchronous sessions delivered through your DC Connect course website.
Please visit this web page for up to date information about Library services and operations. Visit Durham College’s COVID 19 Information website for information about College services and operations.