A series of postcards from the McMaster University Library's archives provides a snap shot of what winter in Canada was like over a century ago.
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.
From October 19-23, join McMaster University Libary to learn more about how McMaster and other institutions, organizations and agencies around the world are working to make scholarly materials available online, free of cost or other access barriers.
McMaster University Library is very pleased to sponsor a travel scholarship for one McMaster graduate student to attend a conference on Open Access in Brussels, Belgium from November 14-16, 2015.
A handwritten letter penned by Alice Munro and housed in McMaster's archives has provided the backdrop for a stamp recently issued by Canada Post honouring the Nobel Prize winning author.