The main campus of the University of Manitoba houses 10 generalized and specialty libraries accessible to students of the University. For a complete listing of library resources, visit the main Libraries website.
DONALD W. CRAIK ENGINEERING LIBRARY
The Donald W. Craik Engineering Library serves the Faculty of Engineering's four departments (Biosystems, Civil, Electrical & Computer, and Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering), and serves as an information resource for practising professional engineers and consultants, the general public, and other libraries. You must be a student or staff member to access certain sections of the library's information resources.
Location: E3-361 EITC
Phone: (204) 474-6360
ELIZABETH DAFOE LIBRARY
The largest of the libraries at the University of Manitoba, the Elizabeth Dafoe Library serves the research, study, and teaching requirements of the Faculties of Arts (Humanities, Social Sciences), Education, Environment, Earth, and Resources, Human Ecology, Nursing, Kinesiology and Recreation Management, and Social Work, and provides service to the University community, off-campus students, and the general public.
The Elizabeth Dafoe Library boasts a large collection of books, periodicals, government publications, microforms, maps, and special collections supporting Icelandic and Slavic Studies. It also houses the Department of Archives and Special Collections, which includes university archives, manuscripts and rare books. The Library also provides access to an array of electronic resources including bibliographic and full-text databases and a wide range of Canadian and international primary data sets and geographical information products.
Location: 25 Chancellors Circle
Phone: (204) 474-9844