Find answers to some of CUE Library’s most frequently asked questions.
If you are not seeing your question here,
please contact CUE Library for help.
When is CUE Library open?
What can the library help you with?
Understanding citations, bibliographies, as well as essay formatting
Developing your research and information literacy skills
Accessing and borrowing library resources
Answering questions about library services
What can’t the library do for you?
Doing your research for you
Proofreading your citations, writing, or assignments
Grammar and writing consultation – please contact
the Writing Centre
How do you get help from the library?
In-person: drop by the Library Service Desk
Chat: use the chat-box that is located on the righthand side of the library website
Text: 780 800 7330
Call: 780 479 9338
Where can you find scholarly articles?
The best place to find scholarly articles is in the CUE Library
databases You can also search for scholarly articles in the
Where can you search for books?
Can you do research from home?
Yes. All CUE students, faculty and staff have access to CUE Library’s electronic resources ( e.g. ebooks, online articles, streaming videos and music) anywhere you have an internet connection To access these online resources you will be asked to authenticate with your CUE email address and password
What if CUE Library doesn’t have what you need?
You can place holds on physical items, like books, CDs DVDs, from other
NEOS libraries and have them brought into CUE for you for free. Learn how to place a hold in our quick video tutorial below.
Physical items from outside of NEOS can to be brought into CUE for you through interlibrary loan. You can also request copies of ebook chapters and articles from NEOS libraries through interlibrary loan.
Access everything that the
Edmonton Public Library has to offer with your CUE ID card when you register for a free L-Pass. Learn how to register for one in our quick video tutorial below.
What is your library barcode and PIN?
Your library barcode is located on the back of your CUE ID card
Don’t know your library PIN?
Retrieve it here.
Where is a good place to study in the library?
Basement: collaborative workspace
This space can often get quite loud over the lunch hour.
Main-floor: quieter collaborative workspace
2nd Floor, Mezzanine, & 3rd Floor: quiet, individual study only
Set your phone to silent
Make or answer phone calls in the stairwells (and talk quietly when you do)
If you are listening to music or watching videos, use headphones and keep the volume at a minimum
CUE Library Study Map 2018
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How do you book a study space in the library?
All CUE students can book study rooms in the library through our
online booking system Each student can book a space up to one (1) day in advance for a maximum of six (6) hours per week.