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With the start of a new term upon us, the McMaster University Library is encouraging new and returning students to adopt stronger digital security practices.
Your MAC ID is your personal digital key to unlocking access to expensive databases and journals and other licensed content offered through the University Library.
Treat your MAC ID as you would treat your online banking:
Two art competitions recently hosted by the McMaster University Library provide an opportunity for students to apply what they’ve learned and for the winners to have their work displayed in Mills and Innis libraries.
A memorial service for former University Librarian Graham R. Hill will be held tonight at 7:00 pm in the Great Hall of the University Club. Hill, who was the University Librarian from 1979 until his retirement in 2005, passed away on April 13. He also served as president of the University Club for many years.
Hill received a B.A. from the University of Newcastle-on-Tyne in 1968, an M.A. from the University of Lancaster in 1969, and an M.L.S. from the University of Western Ontario in 1970. He came to McMaster in January 1971.
Breathing new life into a medieval gem, celebrating the treasures in McMaster’s maps collection, marking a key milestone in the Lyon’s New Media Centre. Find these stories and more in the latest issue of the McMaster Library News.
The Frances McCrone Toy and Food Drive, hosted by McMaster Libraries has just finished yet another successful year. We wish to sincerely thank everyone from both across and off campus who made donations of gifts, food, pet items, and monetary donations to make this year’s drive a huge success! A special thank you to Library staff and students who assisted with the drive this year to help make this possible! All donations go to city residents in need through the downtown Hamilton branch of the Salvation Army, a tradition dating back almost 40 years.
McMaster University is one of several Canadian universities ending its licence agreement with Access Copyright, a copyright collective that provides licences to make copies from print and digital works.
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Can’t study in the Mills Learning Commons at night because it’s just too loud? Too much going on there? Hard to focus? Try the new Quiet Late Night Study service being piloted at the Innis Library (KTH-108) for the rest of this term.