Librarians provide reference and research assistance and are available to help you find the information and resources that you need.
There are several ways to reach us:
Access Services staff provide assistance with borrowing library materials, including course reserves and inter-library loans. They also handle library accounts (barcodes, PINs and book renewals), seat and study room bookings, photocopiers/printers/scanners, and general inquiries.
You can contact Access Services at:
The R.P. Bell Library:
The Music Library:
You may also renew books online:
The Mount Allison libraries and post-secondary libraries in Nova Scotia provide an online help service, Novanet Live Help.
This service is for simple questions only (e.g. “Where is this book located?” or “How do I access the full text of this article?”). For more complex questions, please use the Ask a Librarian chat reference service or contact a librarian directly (see above for details).
The University Archives makes available for research purposes the historical records of Mount Allison institutions and selected records from the local community. These include materials such as annual reports, academic calendars, minutes of meetings, correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, photographs, maps, and architectural records.
The Archives office is located on the third floor of the R.P. Bell Library.
Contact the University Archivist: 506-364-2563 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Librarians & Archivist Winter 2021
Laura Landon | 939-2125
Commerce, Economics, Environmental Studies, Government Information, Languages & Linguistics, Sociology
Jeff Lilburn | 364-2237
Drama, English, French Literature, Philosophy, Psychology
David Mawhinney (University Archivist) | 364-2563
Elizabeth Stregger | 364-2610
Data and Digital Services, Science Consultations (by appointment)
Other subject areas, including Classics, Fine Arts, and Visual & Material Culture: Please e-mail Infodesk@mta.ca
Want to know more about the Library of Congress Classification System? See the Understanding Call Numbers section of the Research Tips page.