Affiliated researchers and health professionals

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University of Ottawa faculties and departments partner with a number of research centres, institutes and groups in the National Capital Region. Affiliated researchers and health professionals may be entitled to use the library resources and services.

Affiliation

Are you affiliated with uOttawa?

Status Access to print borrowing with:
Current students and staff uOttawa employee or student ID card
Postdoctoral fellows and assistants who have registered in the postdoctoral program with Graduate Studies uOttawa ID card
Research assistants in uOttawa-affiliated institutes (UOHI, OHRI, ISM, CHEO, ROHRG, BR)  SmartLibrary card
Research Associates in uOttawa research centres and institutes  Institutional ID badge with status
Visiting scholars at uOttawa uOttawa ID card or Department Letter
Research assistants to uOttawa faculty members Contact the Library: [email protected]
Clinical supervisors for the School of Rehabilitation Sciences SmartLibrary card

Access to online resources

Although the Library would like to be able to offer access to everyone, it has a legal responsibility to limit access to authorized users. uOttawa Library’s online resources are acquired via binding legal documents that govern appropriate use and the Library's responsibilities for ensuring access by only authorized users as defined by the license. These licenses stipulate that the resources are for the exclusive use of current uOttawa faculty, students, and staff. 

Individuals who are performing active and current work relating to uOttawa teaching or uOttawa led research activities may be sponsored by an internal uOttawa sponsor, typically someone at the Department Chair level or above. Examples include, but are not limited to, an individual that:

  • Supervises graduate student(s) from the Faculty of Social Science;
  • Conducts a systematic review for a uOttawa project led by a member of the Faculty of Medicine;
  • Co-teaches (50%) a course with a professor from the Faculty of Arts.

See our policy: Terms of Use for Library Online Resources policy.
 

Not affiliated?

For more information, read our policy.

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