Online Resources from the University of Alberta
In addition to the Archives, online resources providing information on the university and its alumni are made available by the University of Alberta. These resources may help you find what you're looking for or may help you get a better idea of where the information you're looking for may be located.
These pages are for references purposes only and are not maintained by the University of Alberta Archives. Please consult each webpage individually for information about viewing items, citations, and reproduction.
Originating out of the personal collection of long time University Librarian Bruce Peel, the Peel's Prairie Provinces website is home to digitized books, newspapers, images, maps, pamphlets, and other documents relating to life in the Canadian Prairies.
The University of Alberta Libraries has long been a partner in historical newspaper digitization. These digitized newspapers can be seen online as part of the Peel's Prairie Provinces. Newspapers date from 1871 to 2013 and are from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and British Columbia.
The Evergreen and Gold was the yearbook issued by the Student's Union of the University of Alberta from 1921-1971, with a special edition in 1984 to mark the University's 75th anniversary. Select editions are available on the Peel's Prairie Provinces site.
The Registrar's Office offers information about convocation ceremonies and graduates of the University of Alberta. Also available are recordings of Convocation ceremonies of the University.
The University Calendar includes course offerings and program requirements for the University of Alberta. Historical Calendars are available through the Archives.
History Trails, administered by the University of Alberta Alumni Association, details the history of the University, key University figures, and campus life.
New Trail is the alumni magazine of the University of Alberta. It contains information on changing campus life and what U of A alumni and staff have gone on to achieve.
Hosted by the Internet Archive and accessed through the Wayback Machine, the University of Alberta Libraries has been web archiving the University website, Government of Alberta websites, websites on the history, politics, and culture of the Prairies, and more, since 2009.
Information about current university governance, including the Board of Governors and General Faculties Council. University Governance is responsible for program changes and major decisions regarding campus life.
Questions about terms of employment may be answered in the various staff Collective Agreements, managed by Human Resource Services. Additional information about the interpretation of Collective Agreements and negotiation of agreements may be found on the Association of Academic Staff(AASUA) website and the Non-Academic Staff Association (NASA) website