The Lois Hole Campus Alberta Digital Library (LHCADL) is an initiative established by the Alberta Government, funded by Alberta Advanced Education and Technology. In 2009, responsibility for administering the initiative moved from The Alberta Library to the University of Alberta. It was created as a legacy to the late, the Honourable Lois Hole to continue her vision of greater learning opportunities for all Albertans.
The initiative provides 35 participating post-secondary institutions in Alberta with access to commercially licensed digital resources and newly created collections of unique digitized content.
using this site
Using the links on the left you can access content from many digitized collections of material about Alberta - its cultural heritage, history, documents, and artifacts online.
Students and faculty from participating institutions can also browse more than 10 LHCADL databases by title. Many of our resources require affiliation with a postsecondary educational institution.