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Our Learning Resource Center

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) at Canadian University Dubai provides access to a wealth of electronic resources and loans of materials to all Canadian University Dubai students, faculty, and staff.

We house a print collection of over 14,000 items consisting of books, journals, and multimedia. Our wide range of electronic resources includes 40,000+ e‐journals, 200,000+ e‐books, and over 3,200,000 intelligence reports and analyses. You can also access country reports, thesis and dissertations, conference proceedings, videos, and many more electronic resources. The electronic resources are accessible on and off-campus 24/7.

We encourage students to use the physical and digital resources available at LRC for independent learning, research needs, and personal improvement. We use the Library of Congress Classification System - currently one of the most widely used library classification systems in the world. Located on the first floor, of The Hub building and equipped with computers and Wi‐Fi, the LRC organizes regular information literacy, workshops, and training for all university students and faculty.

Our agreement with the British Library enables us to provide an interlibrary loan, in case the information required by the students and faculty is not available within the LRC resources.

Computers, Photocopier, and Printer

The LRC computers are connected to the internet for research and printing purposes for CUD LRC users. Students can reload their printing and photocopying credits from the Printing Centre located at the ground of the Hub building. Reload balance cards can be purchased at 20AED. A university ID card is required to operate the photocopier machine.


The CUD LRC abides by the UAE Federal Law No. 7 of 2002 Concerning Copyrights and Neighboring Rights and by the International copyright law.

Borrowing Procedure and Policies

Students are entitled to borrow seven items at a time for the duration of two weeks. Borrowed item(s) are renewable depending on demand. All users must present their University ID upon borrowing.

General collection

These materials can be borrowed for the duration of two weeks (14 days) and can be renewed.

Course Reserve Materials

These are course textbooks or reading materials that are required for the current semester and for LRC use only. A University student ID card must be presented at the circulation desk for borrowing.


These can be borrowed for the duration of two weeks (14 days) and can be renewed.


Overdue fines of 2AED per day per item will be levied on all late returned borrowed items.