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
The article indexes & databases service will not be accessible from 05:30 to 07:00 on Sunday, October 16. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.
Reference Manager is citation management software that allows users to create, maintain and organize references to articles, books, electronic citations, etc. It also allows users to automatically insert citations from their database into a Word or WordPerfect document (Cite While You Write). Registration required.
The McLennan/Redpath complex will be accessible for study until 00:45 starting October 11. 24-hour access for study will be in effect in the Redpath Library Building/Information Commons from November 5 to December 19, 2005.
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.
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.
Don't forget to check out the events & exhibitions taking place this fall, including "Celebrating Scribes, Scholars, and Conservators"; the Hugh MacLennan Memorial Lecture, "Parental translation, a primer" (Nicole and Émile Martel); and "Why trust public experiments? An historical perspective" (Simon Schaffer, Cambridge University).
The McGill Library is pleased to announce the winners of the "Beyond Google" library orientation program draw. The winner of the iPod Shuffle and armband is Tamera Burnett; the winner of the USB flash drive is Ellen Kogut.
Discover your library and you could get a chance to win an iPod or USB stick! The Library orientation program is now available on our website.