On February 8, 2007, the Canada Foundation for Innovation announced a $19.1-million investment to support the development of a new infrastructure for social sciences and humanities research.
ScienceDirect and Scopus will be unavailable on Saturday, February 24, from 06:00 EST to 15:00 EST. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Life Sciences Library will close at 19:45 tonight; the Loans Desk will close at 19:30. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
McGill Library has added a fourth online audio database to its collections, DRAM: Database of Recorded American Music. The database offers over 7,500 pieces from various avant-garde American classical and jazz labels, including New World and Composers Recordings. Visit the Marvin Duchow Music Library home page to see the complete selection of online audio available to the McGill community.
Library and Information Science Retrospective 1905-1983 is available for free until March 28, 2007. Feedback is always greatly appreciated.
"The nature.com website has had periods of instability over the past few weeks due to an increase in traffic to the site. [...] There are still occasional problems during peak traffic times and additional upgrades are being applied to help stabilize the site." Please report any recurring problems to the Library and we will ask them to investigate. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
On February 2, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a summary of the first volume of "Climate Change 2007," also known as the "Fourth Assessment Report." The report "assesses the current scientific knowledge of the natural and human drivers of climate change, observed changes in climate, the ability of science to attribute changes to different causes, and projections for f
Proquest Accounting and Tax with Standards and Proquest Health Management - database trials until Feb. 25
Access to Proquest Accounting and Tax with Standards and Proquest Health Management will be available until Feb. 25, 2007. Please feel free to give us your feedback on these resources.
Online trial access is now available to the Arctic and Antarctic Regions (ARR) database. This access will be available through February 26, 2007. Please feel free to give us your feedback on this resource.
Thomson Scientific will be upgrading the Web of Knowledge on Sunday, January 28, starting at 8:00 am EST. There will be brief disruptions to access and personalization services throughout the day. We apologize for any inconvenience that this might cause.
Trials for Orbis, "a global product that integrates information held across BvDEP's company information product range," and EIU World Investment Service (WIS) have been set up for campus-wide usage and the databases should now be accessible to the McGill community. The trials will run through February 22, 2007. Please feel free to provide your feedback on these two resources.
On Sunday, January 28, an event has been scheduled for Open House 2007. The computer zone on Level 1 (main floor) of the McLennan Library Building will not be accessible from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm. Additional computers and group and individual study areas are available elsewhere in the McLennan and Redpath buildings, as well as in other branch libraries on campus. Please consult with staff at the Information Desk for details. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please take note that ScienceDirect will be unavailable for approximately six hours beginning at 14:30 EST on Saturday, January 20, 2007, for an upgrade. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Palgrave Macmillan are offering free online access to their complete journals portfolio until February 14. Business, management, social sciences and humanities titles include: new journals such as British Politics, Journal of Simulation, Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, and established journals such as the Journal of Brand Management, Journal of International Business Studies and the Journal o
These videos demonstrate appropriate techniques for assessing patients, providing a visual companion to the textbook, now in its ninth edition (2007). Each video shows approaches to assessment for a different body system. Note that all of these videos are not for the faint of heart. Some are explicit and discretion is requested before viewing in public areas.