Reservation of the Library Learning Center is for librarians teaching information literacy sessions and facilitating library training. This space is open as additional study space to the Canisius community after 5 PM, unless otherwise reserved for library instruction.
For more information, please contact Jessie Blum at ext. 8404.
The Canisius College ALB Library and ITS conducted the MISO Survey during the Spring 2013 semester. George Emery was the designated campus MISO Survey Admisinstrator.
The MISO Survey is a web-based quantitative survey designed to measure how faculty, students, and staff view library and computing services in higher education. The MISO Survey gathers the following types of data about computing and library services.
The Canisius College Library instruction program is based on the Association of College and Research Libraries’ (ACRL) Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education. We adhere to the following guidelines in order to ensure effective library instruction for your classes.
All visitors must present ID and complete the sign-in visitor form at the service desk every time they enter the ALB Library. Visitors may be asked to show a photo ID.
Visitors may not borrow books, materials or laptops.
All public computers in the library require a Canisius College account for access to the Internet. Current Canisius students have priority for computers, space and resources.
Graduates of Canisius College may borrow up to 5 books at one time for a four (4) week period. A University ID number is required.
Computers and online databases can be accessed on campus when available.
Access to online databases from off campus is not allowed due to license contracts restrictions.