Changes to McMaster University Library's Services
Library services continue online
As indicated on the University’s COVID-19 website, the call from public health officials to increase social distancing together with the constantly changing circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic means additional measures are being taken by McMaster to scale back some operations at the university.
As part of the campus directive to move as many services as possible online, Mills, Thode, and Innis Library buildings, as well as the Bertrand Russell Archives, remain closed with the exception of controlled access to undergraduate study space and graduate study space. All library services for students, faculty and staff will continue online. This shift to online-only will remain in place indefinitely but could change based on any new developments.
For the Fall 2020 Term, Mills, Thode, and Innis Library buildings remain closed indefinitely, with limited and controlled access to undergraduate and graduate study spaces. The Bertrand Russell Archives (88 Forsyth Ave. N.) will be closed during this period, as well.
The Health Sciences Library continues to provide a wide range of services online.