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McGill Library & Archives awards the inaugural Computational Research Fellowship to Rajat Bhateja

Published: 18May2017

McGill University Library and Archives is delighted to announce the recipient of the inaugural Computational Research Fellowship.

The Friends of the McGill Library 2017 Hugh MacLennan Lecture with Charlotte Gray

27Apr201717:30
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The Friends of the McGill Library present the 2017 Hugh MacLennan Lecture in partnership with the Blue Metropolis Literary Festival Charlotte Gray: A Personal Portrait of Canada at 150

Exhibition: Phonomenal! Rare sides from the history of sound recording

30Mar2017
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The latest Marvin Duchow Music Library exhibit explores the history of recorded sound through its rare collection of 20th century recordings and related ephemera.

Use your McGill credentials to sign into the Classic Catalogue (Aleph)

Published: 19Dec2016

Beginning the week of January 3, 2017, McGill students and staff can sign into the Classic Catalogue using their McGill Username and password. Users wishing to authenticate will see a sign-in...

Jeffry Archer appointed Associate Dean, User Services

Published: 27Oct2016

The McGill Library and Archives is pleased to welcome Jeffry Archer as the new Associate Dean, User Services, on a four-year term effective January 3, 2017....

135 years of theses available online

Published: 27Oct2016

In  conjunction with Open Access Week and Homecoming, 135 years of McGill graduate scholarship is now available online! Years in the making, the electronic thesis and dissertation collection now...

Renaming announcement: Schulich Library of Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, and Engineering

Published: 21Oct2016

Following the approval of the GD16-09 Renaming Proposal submitted to the Board of Governors on October 6, 2016, Dr. C.

Dr. Hirsh Rosenfeld Annual Distinguished Public Lecture in Family Medicine

3May201619:30
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Guest Speaker: Dr. Howard Bergman "Making sense of family medicine in our health care system"

Making Better Use of Science and Technology in Policy-Making

Published: 23Mar2016

As governments struggle to keep pace with rapid advancements in science and technology, a new report by the Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP) and the Canadian Academy of Engineering ...

IPLAI Installation Opening: "Everyone Needs a Boudoir" by Diana Cheng

23Mar201616:00
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The Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas (IPLAI) is thrilled to announce our first art installation competition winner, "Everyone Needs a Boudoir," by artist Diana Cheng./channels...