Library Assistance for Indigenous Students

Boozhoo, tansi, atamiskâtowin, hóʔą, tunngasugit, welcome!

Accessing the collections and services of the University of Winnipeg Library is an essential part of your academic journey, and the Librarians and staff are always available to assist you!

  • Library homepage
    Here you will find the Library catalogue, online databases and scholarly journals, as well as information on how to book study rooms and access other services, such as Interlibrary loans.
  • Library Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
    The University’s main social media pages update members with information on new books, events and displays.
  • Indigenous Studies Subject Guide
    For students in Indigenous Studies, this Library Subject Guide provides quick access to reference sources, online encyclopedias, books, journals and third-party websites. Also includes course-specific pages on governance, law, languages and residential schools.
  • General guidance for library research
    How do you come up with an essay topic? Plan your research? What’s the difference between a magazine and a scholarly journal? How can I keep track of my sources? This page is a great place to find answers to these and other questions.
  • Subject Librarians
    Whether you’re majoring in Indigenous Studies, business, history, English literature or psychology, there is a Librarian who specializes in that area and is more than willing to meet with you to discuss your papers and assignments. Phone or email to make an appointment!
  • Outreach Office Hours
    Drop-in and special library research assistance consultations over Zoom are available for students registered with the Aboriginal Student Services Centre (ASSC).

Contact:

Indigenous and Urban Services Librarian
Danielle Marie Bitz
University of Winnipeg Library
phone: 204.258.3889
email: d.bitz@uwinnipeg.ca