Please be advised that as of Monday, July 26th, the study areas and computers in Blackader Lauterman will be temporarily unavailable due to renovations. The collection remains accessible. Study areas and computers are available in the Cybertheque and throughout the McLennan Library Building. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Due to essential site maintenance, Wiley InterScience will be offline during the indicated date and time. DATE: Saturday - June 19, 2010 TIME: — beginning — 08:00 am New York 13:00 London / (12:00 GMT) 20:00 Singapore DURATION: up to 5 hours
We have a trial until June 30, 2010 of Islamic Finance Information Service , a product of Emerging Markets Information Service. It can be accessed at: http://site.securities.com/ifis/index.html
Due to maintenance, eScholarship@McGill, e-Exams, and eTheses and digitized rare books accessed via the library catalogue will be unavailable from 11pm Thursday June 3rd to 5am Friday June 4
McGill Library is pleased to announce the official launch of a new mobile library website as of June 1. Access library services any place, any time on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and most smart phones. Features on the mobile site include: Catalogue search, Course Reserves, Ask us, Library hours, Library finder on Google Maps, Library News, and FAQs.
The COLOMBO Interlibrary Loan system will be un available for McGill clients or library staff from Friday May 21 to Monday May 24 inclusive, while an upgrade to version 4.1 is in progress. Access to COLOMBO will resume on Tuesday May 25 in the morning.
Find It@McGill, Find an eJournal, eResearch Gateway and eScholarship@McGill unavailable for four hours on Saturday, May 15 beginning at 10:00pm
Due to necessary system maintenance, some of McGill online services, including the Find It @ McGill, Find an eJournal, eResearch Gateway, and eScholarship @ McGill will be unavailable for four hours on the evening of Saturday, May 15, beginning at 10:00 PM.
The Library has just purchased the complete Palgrave Macmillan's E-book collections for 2000 to 2010. The Library has also negotiated for the acquisition of their complete collections for 2011 and 2012. The titles, over 6,300 (2000-2010) are grouped in the following 11 fully indexed and searchable subject categories: