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.
First real-time multichannel audio Internet demo uses software developed at McGill by members of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) Technical Committee on Network Audio Systems. NYU dancers will perform to live music by the McGill Swing Band acquired as a 5-channel audio signal and streamed across a high-performance network.
The long awaited Information Commons and Café have opened in the Redpath library. Grab a coffee and pull up to one of the 69 computers.
Entre Nous with Sylvia Franke, Chief Information Officer: Old school excellence delivered by new school technology
She went from Toronto bike courier to lawyer to McGill's Chief Information Officer. She's Sylvia Franke and she has a high-tech story to tell.
Faculty will now receive term loans for regular loan items at all McGill libraries and regular overdue fines are eliminated, effective January 5, 2004.
Students donate $500,000 to McGill libraries; University matches pledge dollar for dollar.
The McGill Libraries MUSE catalogue now features an electronic New Books Shelf. With one click, you can retrieve the newest titles — books, maps, microforms, media and music — added to the library shelves within the last 6 months.
The Instructional Communications Centre is hard at work bringing more high-tech services to teachers.
Two important architectural archives are now available online at the Blackader-Lauterman Library of Architecture and Art: Industrial Architecture of Montreal and the Canadian Architect and Builder (CAB).
McGill IST services advise that a major email virus is circulating. Until further information is obtained, be on alert for any suspicious email messages. As always, do not open any unknown or unsolicited attachments.