The Centre for Health Care Management at UBC has created a new resource to help health-care managers keep up with evidence from peer-reviewed journals, the grey literature (reports from government, NGOs and other organizations), as well as commentary in the media. The beta version of this new portal, called READ, is now being updated regularly.
McGill announces three senior appointments, including Dr. Colleen Cook as Trenholme Dean of Libraries
McGill University’s Principal and Vice-Chancellor Heather Munroe-Blum announced today that the University’s Board of Governors, at its Sept. 28, 2010 meeting, approved the appointments of three highly experienced executives to fill positions in McGill’s senior administrative team.
After years of exploring, the Principal’s Heritage Advisory Committee launched the McGill Historical Collections web site, a combination of gorgeous existing sites and many hidden collections.
We are thrilled to announce the latest issue of CuiZine: The Journal of Canadian Food Cultures. In this issue, special guest editors Jean-Pierre Lemasson and Amy Trubek take a multidimensional look at terroir—all by way of a delicious exploration of the wine, cheese, and maple syrup industries in Quebec and Vermont.
The Library is currently running trials on several databases and electronic resources. Your feedback on the quality and usefulness of these resources would be greatly appreciated.
McGill Library is proud to announce the launch of an e-reader loans service. McGill students, faculty and staff can borrow e-books and e-journal content from the Library’s extensive collection of over 2 million e-books and 70,000 e-journals and transfer the material to the e-reader for ease of access.