The Great Library will reopen on Monday, April 4. We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to the library space. While we’ve all had to navigate new challenges with virtual research and digital delivery, we know that many of you like to do your own research.
The library will re-open to the public and to Law Society licensees. For the most part, we’ll be returning to operations as they were before the pandemic. However, we have some pandemic-related changes to our operations:
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In response to the Ontario government’s stay-at-home order, starting tomorrow, Thursday, January 14, 2021, Great Library staff will no longer be working on site a few days per week. This means that for the time being, we will not have access to our print collection.
Library staff are however continuing to work remotely providing research assistance and document delivery from the library’s electronic resources. Please continue to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will keep you informed when the situation changes, and will post updates here on the blog as well as on our Twitter account – @greatlibrary.
Thank you, and stay safe!
Effective Tuesday, March 24, 2020, the Great Library is starting back up its document delivery service to Law Society of Ontario licensees.
- Requests will be filled from electronic sources only. While the library remains closed, we’re unable to provide scans from materials in our print collection.
- Please use the document delivery form to make your request. If you do not have access to a web browser, you can email email@example.com with your request.
- Requests will only be fulfilled by email. We do not have the ability to fax, mail, or have requests picked up.
For more information, see Document Delivery Service for Law Society Licensees on the Great Library’s web site.