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Using Toronto's Libraries for Your Research

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To access University of Toronto electronic resources, students may use a LIRA workstation, available at the following libraries: Robarts Library, Gerstein Science Information Centre, The Engineering & Computer Science Library, Mathematical Sciences Library, and the Noranda Earth Sciences Library.

University of Toronto materials are also available to all students, staff, and faculty through interlibrary loan (RACER).

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Locations

For a full description of each library at the University of Toronto, please consult this library list, which includes information on Mississauga and Scarborough locations.