This infographic shows how to download microdata from Odesi, a web retrieval system that provides access to Statistics Canada data collections.

Welcome to the Certificate of University Teaching: Demystifying Library Databases Course.
This course will assist you in learning about library resources and explain how to get started on your research topic in education

This module is an introduction to searching for articles in the Library’s subscribed databases.

This module introduces you to the basics of collecting, cleaning, and visualizing blocks of text for analysis and for sharing. You can apply what you learn here to a variety of text-based collections including, for example, speeches, lyrics, news stories, and longer works of literature.

By completing this module, you will be able to use the library catalogue to locate Psychology related information, select relevant Psychology databases, and properly cite your material to enhance your research.

This interactive module introduces reliable, comprehensive, and evidence-based sources of drug information for ocular pharmacology. Coverage includes:

  • Health Canada's Drug Product Database (DPD)
  • Point-of-Care tools:
    • CPS (RxTx)
    • Lexicomp
    • UpToDate

A step by step guide for using the Library's catalogue and performing a simple search.

A brief explanation of the Get it!@Waterloo button. See this Getit@Waterloo guide for more detailed instructions.

A guide for authenticating as a member of Waterloo, to access online resources found in the library catalogue.

In this module we will explore what public opinion polls are, how to recognize reliable polls, and how you would search for and incorporate them in your work.