Join McMaster University Library’s Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship on Friday April 24 for “Seeding Digital Scholarship,” the third and final event in the Library’s 2015 speaker series.
In honour of the JUNOs, McMaster University Library has created some unique exhibits featuring artifacts from our musical archives and from our maker-space in the Ruth and Lewis Sherman Centre of Digital Scholarship that will be on display throughout the week.
McMaster University Library is asking faculty, staff and students to complete a survey aimed at finding ways to improve existing library spaces and plan for future needs.
McMaster Writer-in-Residence Hal Niedzviecki invited the McMaster community to help write a campus poem. Read the finished product.
Students in Sally McKay’s studio art class have created a unique art installation among the books at Mill’s Library, but you’ll have to look hard to find it.
If you’re a budding poet (and even if you’re not!), McMaster Writer-in Residence, Hal Niedzviecki, invites you to help write the McMaster poem from Feb. 2-6.
Rhonda Moore's job at the Library wasn't always so digital. In fact, her first position at the University was as a barcoder, placing barcodes on books after they were manually catalogued. Moore now manages the Lyons New Media Centre - one of McMaster's most digital spaces - and was among the 122 university employees inducted into the Quarter Century Club Wednesday night.