Herbert T. Coutts Library


Contact

Library Staff

Location

Location

Herbert T. Coutts Library
Education South
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
T6G 2G5

The Herbert T. Coutts Library is located at the east end of the Education South building (on 87th Avenue, between 112 and 114 Street).

Contact

Circulation/Reserve: (780) 492-4566/3768
Reference/Information Services:
(780) 492-3770
Toll free telephone: 1-800-207-0172
Fax: (780) 492-8367
Email: EducRef@library.ualberta.ca

Hours

Hours vary and are subject to change. Library hours are also posted at the entrance of the library, on Library Hours of the University of Alberta Libraries web site, or you may call the Reference and Information Services desk at 492-3770.

Payments

In-Person: Library fines and other payments may be paid at this location in person using debit or credit card on the library self-service circulation station.

Cash, credit card or cheque (payable to University of Alberta Library) may be paid in-person at the Library Financial Services and Analysis Office, 5th floor Cameron, between 8:30-4:00 Mon-Fri.

By Mail: Cheques should be made payble to University of Alberta Library and include your ONEcard/Library Barcode Number or Student ID Number on the back of the cheque. If your cheque does not already include your current address and telephone number, include this information on the cheque as well. Mail cheque to:

Financial Systems and Analysis Office
University of Alberta Libraries
5th Floor, Cameron Library
University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB T6G 2J8

Credit card payments may be made via telephone to University of Alberta Libraries Financial Services at 780.492.3683. University of Alberta students and staff may make credit card payments online by logging into My Account with their CCID and password.

Library Staff

Katherine Koch, Head
(780) 492-1460

About the Library

The Herbert T. Coutts Library is the primary resource library for the faculties of Education and Physical Education and Recreation at the University of Alberta. Collections are of research strength. Special features include a historical collection of textbooks used in Alberta schools, a large collection of multimedia resources, a fully equipped multimedia lab, and an exemplary collection of children’s literature.