Langara College Library ... Contributing to Academic Excellence for the 21st Century
Langara Library is at the heart of a vibrant, engaging and exciting educational experience, and an essential contributor to academic excellence – a progressive academic library, fully integrated with the teaching, learning and research at Langara College.
We are a vital partner in academic excellence and student success – a hub for the intellectual, cultural, and social life of the Langara community.
Langara Library Strategic Plan 2013-2020
The implementation of this strategic plan will transform the Library from a separate support service to an integral part of the College.
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Langara's Learning Commons is on the first floor of the Library, featuring an expanded and enhanced work and study space, technology-enhanced tables to enable sharing of content on mobile devices such as laptops, a flexible tutoring space (Writing Centre and subject peer tutoring), and a streamlined library service point.
The LEED Canada Gold Certified Library/Classroom Building features a unique energy-efficient design. It has captured national and international attention for its environmentally progressive features and is a landmark on campus and in the community. For more information on the Library building's environmental design, green features, and numerous awards see About the Building.
Library Central Blog
- Library Central
blog for all Langara faculty and staff, featuring collection highlights, copyright updates, issues in higher education, and behind-the-scenes information about Langara Library.
- Annual Report 2017/18
- Annual Report 2016/17
- Annual Report 2015/16
- Annual Report 2014/15
- Annual Report 2013/14
- Annual Report 2012/13
- Annual Report 2011/12
- Annual Report 2010/11
August 2012 interview with Patricia Cia, Head of Library Services, and Annie Jensen, Communications Librarian, discussing the development of the Library's Learning Commons (then under active construction), as well as the changes facing academic libraries like that of Langara.