NEW! Search It, McGill Library's database discovery and metasearching tool, is now available in pre-release form. Please try it and give us your feedback.
Due to major construction work, the Library's Remote Storage facility is CLOSED until further notice.
Beginning Monday, August 15, 2005, the Health Sciences Library becomes the Life Sciences Library in recognition of the transfer of the Blacker-Wood Library of Biology collections and services.
The Library website has been redesigned and is now up and running. Thank you for your patience as the older pages are redirected to the new site.
We have just acquired a collection of over 2,000 e-books from international government agencies, available on the MyiLibrary platform. McGill access includes collections from the following: International Atomic Energy Agency, International Labour Organization, International Organization for Migration, UN AIDS, and World Health Organization. These e-books should soon be added to the catalogue.
An updated collection development policy on gifts-in-kind is now available on the Library website. It includes guidelines for acceptance of donated works and guidelines for the issuing of tax receipts. Faculties and schools are encouraged to consider donating complimentary copies of current monographs and conference proceedings, as well as other materials. We thank you for your generosity.
There have been a few cases of excessive downloading of articles from the Library's content providers. This is a reminder that excessive downloading is strictly prohibited and can result in the termination of our licenses. Commercial use as well as systematic or excessive downloading (such as an entire issue of a journal, significant portions of the entire run of a journal, a significant number of
Learn how to locate books and articles for your term papers and assignments using advanced searching techniques. Discover time-saving tips for creating your bibliography and learn how to connect to McGill Library resources from home.
This portal was developed to tackle the complex maze of increasingly electronic information produced by the European Union. This is a comprehensive website, broken down by type of information (help tools, legislative, statistical and so on), which includes annotated links and guides. It is available in both English and French.
McGill Library is not tracking the access codes which come with certain textbooks to access online course materials. This is because the access code benefits only the first user of the textbook and adds to the cost of processing the book. Interested users may sometimes be able to find out about the online information by reading through the book, accessing the website, and checking whether they can