Major multidisciplinary database:
Databases recommended by field of study are accessible via the Concordia Library Database Finder:
The Concordia University Library print map collection is located in the Webster Library, on the 4th floor near the south staircase, Bishop side. It is accessible during regular library hours.
Geospatial data, also known as GIS data, is available via Concordia libraries.
To access detailed Canadian geospatial data, produced by DMTI Spatial, click here.
To access geospatial data, produced by the Canadian, Quebec and Ontario governments, click here.
Google Earth and ArcGIS (geographic information system software) are installed on workstations W-226, 227, 229 and 230 located near the Webster Information Desk.
Contact your subject librarian for research assistance, for library instruction, or to recommend books.
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