Resources and Services to Support Online Learning

Though our campus is closed, the King's Library team is working remotely to provide users with access to online materials and support options. The Cardinal Carter Library has a rich online collection of databases, e-books, e-journals and other e-materials that can support your learning and research. Below you will find a collection of useful links as well as contact information for our subject librarians. 

These guides organize and showcase library resources and services available to you. Organized by subject, the guides allow for easy navigation through core and relevant resources supporting teaching and learning.
Omni is a one-stop access point to Western & Affiliated University Libraries collections including e-books, articles, and more. This guide will get you started on how to access the library catalogue and to begin searching.
Wondering how to best navigate Omni? This video includes info on how to access books and articles, as well as helpful tips to make you searching more efficient!
This guide contains a collection of online resources that can be used to further your research. Some resources are temporarily offered by publishers, while others are open access. 
Not sure how to cite that source? This citation guide offers an easy-to-use resource for APA, ASA, MLA, and Chicago style.

Subject Librarians

Academic departments are partnered with a subject librarian to ensure you are well supported in your teaching and learning at King's.  Subject librarians are available to answer research questions, and to provide course, subject, or assignment specific information literacy instruction and resources. Find contact information below for the subject librarian supporting your course.

Adrienne Co-Dyre 
Philosophy, Psychology, Religious Studies
Emma Swiatek 
Childhood and Social Institutions, Disability Studies, Social Work, Sociology, Thanatology
Linda Whidden  
Economics, English, French, History, Management and Organizational Studies, Social Justice and Peace Studies, Political Science