McMaster Library is partnering with four Ontario research intensive universities on a state-of-the-art storage facility that will preserve seldom-used print materials, while increasing space within the library for study, research and collaboration.
SocArXiv, a new subject repository for social sciences researchers and McMaster's institutional repository, MacSphere, are two open access options for researchers.
This exam period, when stress levels are soaring and students are studying feverishly, Mills, Innis and Thode Libraries have lots of services that can help make this hectic time a bit easier.
A recent workshop hosted by the experts in McMaster University Library’s Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship proved to a group of Arts & Science and iSci students that building your own electronic device can be simpler than you think.
After attending an international conference on Open Access (OA), not only has Mike Galang become a passionate advocate for OA publishing of scholarly articles, he’s looking for ways to engage with other graduate students on this important issue.
With the help of the Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship, PhD student Melissa Marie (emmy) Legge, has built an electronic sensor package to help better understand the experiences of therapy dogs.