Launders Science Library
Launders Science Library (opened in 1994) provides a home to the science and technology collections at St. Lawrence. The Science Library occupies the upper two floors of Madill Hall. Highlights of this space include many attractive group studies, a seminar room for library and general classroom instruction, a digitization center, a map room and a geographic information systems (GIS) lab.
The University Libraries support physical and virtual presences, strive to maintain a high level of resourcefulness, responsiveness, and reliability with regard to the academic needs of students and faculty, and proactively seek to engage with students and faculty on existing and emerging technologies, programs, and initiatives.
Research Assistance at Launders
Librarian Gwen Cunningham offers research assistance so that you can find the best information available on your topic. Some ways in which Gwen can assist you include: choosing appropriate databases, developing search strategies, keyword selection, evaluating your sources, using inter-library loan to acquire materials, using RefWorks and generating citations, as well as answering any other questions you may have about our library resources.
Gwen is available Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm for individual research consultation.