The 2005 data are now available for Journal Citation Reports. JCR provides statistical information based on citation data, giving you a systematic, objective means to critically evaluate the world's leading science and social sciences journals.
It is now possible to use Library printers from the wireless network if authenticated with NetConnect. This is great news for people who tote their own laptops and do not otherwise have campus access to printers. Colour printers are also accessible this way. An application must be installed locally.
PressDisplay allows you to browse the online versions of 250 print newspapers from 55 countries. Individual newspaper titles can be accessed via the A to Z eJournal list and will also be available via the catalogue. Feel free to let us know what you think about this new resource. The maximum number of simultaneous users is 3, so please remember to sign out when you're finished.
Project MUSE now allows you to subscribe to latest issue RSS feeds for all Project MUSE journals. Find out more about RSS and feed readers...
By Dr. Rolando F. Del Maestro. An attractively designed and colour-illustrated catalogue that traces the history of neuro-oncology from Hippocrates to the present. For more information, click on the link below.
As of September 15, the ERIC database will no longer be available via Ovid. ERIC will continue to be available via CSA and the U.S. Dept. of Education.
This August we will be reorganizing the following libraries: Humanities and Social Sciences Library (reference area, McLennan Library Building; ground floor, Redpath Library Building) and the Howard Ross Library of Management. Construction, furniture reorganization and cleaning may create unusual noise or temporary space closures in these libraries. Please consult this site for more information in
The website for Macdonald Campus Library has been redesigned. To find subject guides, reference sources, and article indexes and databases for Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science, please see "Online resources" under "Collections."
A busy month has left McGill researchers the talk of the world's media.