|Contact Information||Accessibility at ncLibraries||Welland LLC Display Case - Got Art?|
|Get Involved at the library||Exploratory Digital Media Makerspace|
|Academic Drop-in Sessions||Faculty and Staff Services at ncLibraries||Study and Work Space Guidelines|
The mission of Niagara College Libraries is to enhance the learning, teaching and research experience for all Niagara College students and staff. Library staff members are dedicated to supporting students and staff in the successful use and efficient access to all library services and resources. To learn more about accessibility services at ncLibraries please visit our Accessibility page.
|NIagara-on-the-Lake Library Contact Information||Welland Campus Library Contact Information|
Address: 135 Taylor Rd., S. S. #4
NIagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario L0S 1J0
Phone: 905-641-2252 extension 4413
Address: 100 Niagara College Boulevard
Welland, Ontario L3C 7L3
Phone: 905-735-2211 extension 7767
|For full staff directory please consult Contact the LLC.|
The ncLibraries Exploratory is a digital media lab and makerspace for students, faculty, and staff to access various types of technology and software that you might not otherwise have the opportunity to explore; you don't need to have any idea how to use the software or equipment, this is your opportunity to play!
To learn more about the Exploratory, please visit The Exploratory Digital Media Makerspace
You can reserve a block of time in the Exploratory or drop in during designated open hours. Please visit our calendar to see available times.
ncLibraries and Learning Commons welcomes book donations for our library collections. Please use the Donation Request Form to make a donation. Please carefully read the parameters for making donations before completing the form.
Your privacy is important to ncLibraries and Learning Commons. The attached document outlines the reasons why we collect and analyze certain information, and how we keep your anonymity. Learn more about it in our Online Privacy and Data Collection Guideline.
Campus libraries are places for learning. People need quiet places to learn and work as well as space for group learning and collaboration. Libraries are also centres for teaching, where library staff instruct individuals and groups in the use of information resources and materials. To learn more about ncLibraries and Learning Commons' expectations for behaviour, see our guidelines here:
Contact Jeanette Charlebois to display your art! Email: email@example.com
Read about nc Libraries + Learning Commons Student Project & Art Exhibition Guidelines.