An awareness campaign held annually in early October, including workshops on how to cite.
Students can book group study rooms for three different locations as well as book Lynda.com kiosks on the First Floor of the Murray Library.
This website helps you to find class materials that instructors have chosen to share publically through the U of S Course Tools. Instructors can find directions (coming soon) on how to share their materials on the U of S Course Tools Help page.
The research paper planner provides resources and helpful tips to guide you through the research and writing process. To start, simply enter the dates that you plan to work on your paper.
An awareness campaign against racism, formed in partnership with the Aboriginal Students' Centre, Indigenous Students' Council, International Student and Study Abroad Centre, and the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union.
As part of the PCIP-funded Teaching Innovation Initiative a new project fund is available for academic units to support student access to experiential learning opportunities. The University Learning Centre (ULC) administers this Experiential Learning Fund of approximately $200,000 per year.