Schulich Library of Science and Engineering news
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.
Scopus is coming to the Cyberthèque in the McGill Library on Wednesday, March 25 to present a variety of training sessions targeted to specific audiences.
The web version of SciFinder is now available to McGill faculty, staff, and students. In order to have access to the Web version of SciFinder you will need to register, creating a username and password through the following url: https://scifinder.cas.org/registration/index.html?corpKey=19016C8E-86F3-50AB-2E03-2E708A239EC4.
The Library has trial access until December 22 to the following databases: Aerospace Structural Metals Database, Microelectronic Packaging Materials Database, Thermphysical Properties of Matter Database. These can be accessed through http://cindasdata.com/Applications.
Beginning September 29, 2008, Schulich Library will be opened for extended study hours (no services) for users with a valid McGill photo ID card: Monday to Thursday until 2:45am; Friday until 10:45pm; Saturday and Sunday until 11:45pm. Extended study hours at Schulich Library of Science and Engineering are made possible through the financial assistance of the SSMU Library Improvement Fund.
The Schulich Library of Science and Engineering is closed for the remainder of the day due to a broken water pipe. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Wiley InterScience will go offline temporarily from 5:00 am on Saturday, June 28 until Sunday, June 29 at 9:00 pm. This is due to the migration of content being carried as part of the merger of Blackwell Synergy into Wiley InterScience.
As of Monday, June 30, 2008, all Blackwell Synergy journal content - including all full-text HTML and PDF versions of articles from current issues, backfiles, and issues published online before print - will be incorporated into Wiley InterScience.
Due to an electrical shutdown, there will be no After-Hours Access to Schulich Library of Science and Engineering tonight, May 20, 2008. The library will reopen May 21 at 9:00 a.m. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Schulich Library of Science and Engineering will be open for study until 2:45am, 7 nights per week, from April 7 until April 29, 2008. Access to the library after service hours is restricted to users with valid McGill photo ID cards. Extended study hours in Schulich Library of Science and Engineering, are brought to you through the financial assistance of the SSMU Library Improvement Fund.
February 11-14, come meet the Student Navigational Assistants in the Schulich Library at 7:00 p.m. in Room 413. They will be available to offer quick tips on using Excel and to answer questions on how they can help you when you are working on the computers in the Schulich Library.
The Schulich Library of Science and Engineering offers extended study hours beginning October 1, 2007. The library will be open for study Monday to Thursday until 2:45 a.m., Friday until 10:45 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday until 11:45 p.m. Please note that access to the building after service hours is restricted to users with valid McGill photo ID cards.
In order to provide improved study space and increased access to computers, Schulich Library is currently undergoing renovations. The library will remain open for the duration of the work. We are making every effort to keep the collection accessible and the disruption to a minimum. We apologize for any inconvenience the renovations may cause. Thank you for your cooperation and support.
Due to construction in the building on Wednesday, June 6, 2007, the entrance to the Schulich Library of Science and Engineering will be temporarily located in the tunnel between the Adams Building (FDA) and Burnside Hall. We apologize for any inconvenience.
GeoScienceWorld, a full-text database of the journals published by leading earth science societies, has been purchased for the Library and is now accessible through the Library Catalogue and Article indexes and databases. The subscription includes online access to many society journals to which the library was not actively subscribing previously.