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Every year, the McMaster libraries add tens of thousands of new books, e-books, journals, and online resources to the collection, spanning the wide range of subject areas that the libraries support.
It can be challenging for faculty and students to keep up as new items flow into the library each day, but there’s a tool built into the Library Catalogue to help everyone do just that.
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With a new term come new assignments and new research projects. And to the Library come new books, e-books, videos, journals, and many other resources. Want to keep up-to-date on all of these new Library materials? We can help! We’ve added a function to the Library Catalogue to show you the most recently added items across all of our collections.
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The William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections is pleased to announce that four book collections on a range of subjects are now open for reading and study. Come visit us on the Lower Level of Mills to learn more.
“A good book is the precious lifeblood of a master spirit,” wrote 17th century author John Milton. Even in the Internet age, books continue to play a major role in research, study, and teaching. With more than two million volumes in the collection and thousands of new titles added each year, Mac’s University Library has much to nourish the spirit.
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June was a great month for new books in the Health Sciences Library. There are 141 brand new books on the shelves for our users!
Come and visit the library to browse or check out a new book.
This major contribution to the field of cell signalling by one of the world's leading experts, Professor Sir Michael Berridge (Cambridge), provides researchers, teachers and students alike with an essential online resource describing the biology of cell signalling. Emerging information on cell signalling pathways is integrated and presented within the context of specific cell types and processes.
You can access this new resource here: http://libaccess.mcmaster.ca/login?url=http://www.cellsignallingbiology.org/