Library system closed as of 6pm, Thursday, December 22, 2011 to Monday, January 2, 2012 inclusive. Limited hours at specific branches from Tuesday, January 3 – Sunday, January 8, 2012. Hours now online.
The McGill Library system will be closed during the campus-wide holiday break as of 6pm on Thursday, December 22, 2011 to Monday, January 2, 2012 inclusive. From Tuesday, January 3rd to Sunday, January 8th, the Library will be open at select branches with limited service and study access hours.
The system upgrade process encountered some technical issues and took longer time than we had expected. We now have to extend the downtime until the work is completed. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. We are trying our best to bring the services back as soon as possible. Thanks for your understanding!
Due to system upgrade work, the Find It @ McGill service and eResearch Gateway will not be available from 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, December 21, 2011. During this planned downtime, access to McGill electronic resources through the Library's Classic Catalogue, eResearch Gateway, Find an eJournal, Google Scholar, and LibX McGill will not be available.
eScholarship@McGill, eTheses and locally digitized materials accessible via the Catalogue will be unavailable this Sunday, December 4th from 10:30 pm to midnight, due to regular server maintenance.
The Library is happy to report that the Humanities and Social Sciences e-classroom is now open. Located in Room RM-23 in the Redpath Library Building directly across from the Redpath main entrance and adjacent to the Redpath Loans Desk, this e-classroom is now open to students when not booked for instructional purposes.
Charismatic leader of the Algerian resistance against the French occupation, Abd el-Kader al-Jaza'iri, Amir of Mascara, was also a Sufi scholar, a recognized philosopher and poet. Displaying 16 historical books, photos and maps, this exhibition offers the visitor an opportunity to get to know the man, the leader and the scholar as well as his outstanding destiny. Islamic Studies Library (Mor
Due to a major power shutdown, the Schulich Library of Science and Engineering will close at 8:00PM on Monday, October 24. The Library will reopen at 7:00AM on Tuesday, October 25. We apologize for the inconvenience. The Humanities and Social Sciences Library remains open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for study.
MyResearch is a suite of workshops tailored to graduate and postdoctoral students. MyResearch is designed to better equip you with essential research skills, and knowledge about the various ways the Library can support you during your research.
Extended Study Hours at Marvin Duchow Music Library and Education Library & Curriculum Resource Centre
As of October 17th, extended study hours will be implemented at following library branches: Marvin Duchow Music Library: -10am to 10pm, Monday through Thursday -10am to 6pm, Saturday and Sunday Education Library and Curriculum Resource Centre: 10am to 10pm, Monday through Thursday
As of Monday, October 17th, the Osler Library of the History of Medicine will be accessible at the following times: • Mondays from 10:00am to noon • Tuesdays from 3:00pm to 5:00pm • Thursdays from 1:00pm to 3:00pm For help regarding Osler materials, please contact Christopher Lyons at: email@example.com
McGill Library honours and celebrates McGill's 190th Anniversary with this newly digitized collection of Old McGill Yearbooks from 1898 through to 1940. A rich resource for family researchers and historians alike, this slice of McGill's history provides an unique view of student life, learning and research. Browse through the years or enter a name. Explore Old McGill memories and stories told thro
Please be advised there will be a ventilation shutdown at the Macdonald Stewart Library Building on Saturday, October 15th and Sunday, October 16th from 07h00 until 16h00. This will affect the entire building including the Schulich Library of Science and Engineering. This shutdown is necessary for Facilities to perform a filter change and replacement.