Search the Library
Start your library search here, now made easier and faster with U of T Libraries’ LibrarySearch tool. Through a single, user-friendly interface, you can find books, e-books, articles, journals, Course Reserves, DVDs, and other audiovisual material in any of U of T’s 44 libraries.
Find help through the Innis College Library
The Innis College Library, although one of the smaller facilities in the U of T Libraries system, is also mighty! If you have questions, or need guidance, contact Innis librarian Kate Johnson.
You can also book an online research consultation with her via video conference. As well, Kate is the liaison librarian for the FYF Innis One, and Writing & Rhetoric academic programs and the Cinema Studies Institute.
Find help through the U of T Libraries system
- Want to chat online in real time, from anywhere? Use U of T’s Ask Chat with a Librarian (virtual chat service). Library staff are available to help you with library-related questions and research.
- Develop your search skills by watching U of T Libraries ‘How To…’ (in one minute or less) YouTube playlist that includes tips and tricks for finding and accessing e-books and e-journal articles.
- Need help collecting citations from online databases, managing and organizing your sources, or creating bibliographies in well-known citation styles? Try using citation management software
- Looking for research help by subject, course code, or specific U of T library? Or looking for a list of research tools curated by U of T library experts? There’s a librarian or research guide for that!