Q. Can I borrow books while taking Cont Ed courses?
Answered By: Doug McDonnell Last Updated: Nov 14, 2017 Views: 1
Yes. As a student attending the University of Calgary, you have access to the books, journals and online resources of a major research institution. Your subject librarians are available for research assistance as well.
Your University of Calgary ONEcard is your library card, and gives students the following privileges:
- Borrowing books with a loan period of two weeks for undergraduate students and a term loan for graduate students
- Interlibrary loan
- Off-campus access to Library Research Databases
Continuing Ed Students
You can borrow books for a two-week loan period (for books with a Definite Loan Period) by using a UniCard.
You qualify for online access to library resources if you are enrolled in a course of 10 hours or longer. This applies to both classroom and online courses. Your online library access is available to you for the duration of the semester in which your Continuing Education course runs.
When prompted for a login to access library resources, please use your 8-digit UCID and MyContEd password.
You can also call Continuing Education for help (403-220-2866 or 1-866-220-4992) during regular office hours (Mon - Fri, 8:30 am - 4 pm).
For after-hours help with online library access, please connect with the UCIT Support Centre.