Office of the Registrar
General Information (2020/2021)
9.8 Queen Elizabeth II Library

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The Queen Elizabeth II Library (QEII) is one of Atlantic Canada’s largest university libraries. In addition to providing access to millions of physical books and digital access to e-books, journals, and other resources, the QEII Library houses several specialized archives and collections, including those of the Centre for Newfoundland Studies – holders of the largest collection of published materials about Newfoundland and Labrador in the world.

The QEII Library is also home to The Commons – a collaborative digital and study space and access to computers tutoring, assistive technology, a Digital Media Centre for graphic and video design programs, and a makerspace for creating, inventing, and tinkering. Surrounding The Commons is the First Space Art Gallery which hosts an array of diverse exhibits throughout the year that are sure to inspire all those who use the Library’s services.

The QEII Library has a variety of quiet, social and group study spaces available to all students. Librarians and library staff are on hand to help empower the research process and support academic goals.