New for McGill students, faculty, staff and alumni: Starting Thursday, July 14, 2016, you will be able to use your McGill username and password to sign into OverDrive to access e-books and e-audiobooks.
McGill Library Blogs and Library Matters will be unavailable Wednesday, June 22, 2016 from 8:30am to 9am for maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience.
On Saturday, June 25 at 2:00 p.m., the Osler Library of the History of Medicine will host a concert featuring Vincent Lauzer as part of the 14th annual Baroque Festival. The concert will showcase works for recorder by young Quebec composers with Baroque influences. For more information about the Montréal Baroque Festival, please visit https://www.montrealbaroque.com.
Due to growing security concerns, the Redpath Library Building basement became closed storage as of Monday, August 15, 2016. Users may request materials through the catalogue and we will accommodate requests as quickly as possible. If you have any questions or concerns about this, please don't hesitate to contact robin [dot] canuel [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Robin Canuel), Head Librarian, Humanities and Social Sciences Library.
Update, June 14, 2016: Technical issues with the display of the physical holdings in the McGill WorldCat catalogue have been resolved. Call numbers, locations and loan information should now display correctly for print items held by the Library.
Schulich Library of Science and Engineering is undergoing a major summer shifting project. We are currently shifting our collection in order to provide more study space on the fourth and fifth floors. We will be shipping over 55,000 titles to our storage facility at the Currie Gym.
La version française suit Voltaire was a celebrity and a figure of controversy in the 18th century. Famous for his wit and his advocacy of civil liberties, he remains the subject of much debate and discussion in the 21st century. On March 9, 2016, the McGill University Library and Archives welcomed a group of local and international scholars for a one-day symposium “Celebrating Voltaire”. The symposium included sessions in both English and French. View the Agenda below.
Due to scheduled maintenance, the following services and systems will be unavailable from June 4, 2016 at 9pm until June 5, 2016 at noon: McGill WorldCat Local catalogue McGill Full Text links We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Islamic Studies Library Collections at McGill University include over 750 lithographed volumes printed in the second half of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century in the Middle East (Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and Turkey), North Africa (Morocco), and South Asia (India, Pakistan).
Have you ever noticed any of the 7 portraits hanging on the inside walls of the Schulich Library? Each portrait has captured a moment in that person’s life and invites us to find out the story behind the face.
Access to the Colombo Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service will be unavailable, due to scheduled server migrations: Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 2:00am-6:00am (with a possible extension to 12:00pm) Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 2:00am-6:00am (with a possible extension to 12:00pm) We apologize for any inconvienience.
La version française suit Value: $6,000 Application Deadline: June 1, 2016. Thanks to the generosity of Dr. Michele Larose, artist and paediatric neuropsychiatrist who trained in psychiatry and child psychiatry at McGill and in visual arts at Curtin University in Australia, the Osler Library of the History of Medicine has established an artist-in-residence programme.
March 30, 2016 was the official launch of the new Research Commons, a technology-enhanced, collaborative space that brings together services and resources to support researchers. The launch included demonstrations of the 3D printers, presentations of the video wall and opportunities to try out the virtual reality headset. To learn more about the Research Commons and to book a room or equipment, please visit http://www.mcgill.ca/library/branches/research-commons.
It recently came to light that keylogger devices, used to log every key pressed on a keyboard, were found on some public computers at Concordia University. These devices put the privacy and security of user information at risk. McGill’s IT Services has since inspected McGill’s public computers and no keyloggers were found. IT Services does regular checks to ensure the safety of McGill’s public computers and are asking users to be vigilant as well.
Whether you're using a public computer at McGill, a cafe, library, hotel, or even left your own laptop unattended for a short period of time, you should always inspect it to ensure that no keylogger devices have been attached. A keylogger is a tiny device that logs every key you press on your keyboard. It can capture personal messages, passwords, credit card numbers, and everything else you type.