McGill has launched a quintet of fascinating new databases, on everything from hospital architecture to Canada's fur trade, that are now available online.
The folks at Engineering go space age thanks to an interactive kiosk developed by the good folks at the Centre for Intelligent Machines.
McGill University invites applications and nominations for the Trenholme Director of Libraries. The position is funded by a named endowment, the first of its kind in Canada.
Montreal TechnoVision issued a report describing the debilitating effects on the Quebec economy of the lack of trained professionals in key information technology fields.
Ten seniors between the ages of 70 and 90 will graduate on February 6 from an eight-week Internet workshop held at Manoir Montefiore, a Côte St. Luc senior's residence, in collaboration with the McGill University Centre for Applied Family Studies
Redmen football history and free downloadable software.
Find It@McGill is a powerful new navigation and research tool that allows seamless connection from many of McGill’s research databases directly to online full-text articles, or to a title listing for non electronic/print journals, books or other library materials in MUSE.
McGill University and Ex Libris (USA) Inc. announce a new library system that will enable users to access the Libraries' online catalogue and collections, as well as worldwide resources, through a web-based interface.
Widely considered the father of computer music, the renowned Stanford University scientist Max Mathews is visiting McGill to talk about his latest invention, Scanned Synthesis.
Starting January 5, 2004, loan periods and renewal policies for regular loan items will be the same at all McGill libraries, depending upon your borrower status.