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Read about all this and more in the latest issue of the McMaster Library News.
The final deadline for RefWorks is approaching and all users are reminded to migrate their references before it’s too late. The University Library's subscription to RefWorks has now ended.
Visiting fellow Jessica Steinberg is using 18th century literary texts housed in McMaster’s archives to explore attitudes towards sin and vice in London 300 years ago.
The award-winning author, publisher and filmmaker talks about the future of writing, the importance of crossing borders, and why he donated his archives to the McMaster Library.
The University is now a signatory to the Berlin Declaration, an international statement meant to encourage researchers to make their scholarly articles freely available online.
McMaster University Library is now home to the Hamilton Spectator World War II Photo Collection, made up of thousands of images that bring the war years vividly to life.
McMaster University libraries have developed a set of online tools to help researchers navigate the new Tri-Agency policy on open access which took effect on May 1, 2015.
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A new course designed by experts at the McMaster University Library is helping students combine digital technology and archival materials to better understand the experiences of those who lived through the First World War.
Did you know that the Library also employs 70-80 students each year? We wanted to introduce some of our hard-working students and asked them some questions about their work experiences.