LinkedIn Learning Club shares tips on delivering successful presentations
McMaster students can access the campaign for the month of October using their free LinkedIn Learning accounts.
Sherman Centre announces 2022-2023 workshops, return of certificate program
The Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship has launched its 2022-2023 workshops, with offerings from research data management to podcasting.
Archives Alive returns with virtual talk tracing history of the beloved and beauteous chapbook
Join Gillian Dunks for Devils, Angels, Scoundrels, Fortunes, and Fables: British Eighteenth-Century Chapbooks at McMaster University Library on Oct. 6, 2022.
Renovated and expanded campus accessible tech space reopens to students
Students were officially welcomed back to the space—located in Mills Memorial Library—on Tuesday Sept. 6.
Thode Makerspace reopens to campus community
McMaster students, faculty, and staff were welcomed back to the experiential learning facility on Tuesday, Sept. 6 with an open-house style reopening.
LinkedIn Learning Club launches wellness campaign for September
McMaster students can use their free LinkedIn Learning accounts to access a collection of videos on topics from prioritizing your well-being and creating routine to finding balance and calming the mind.
Thode and Mills libraries fall hours and new masks-on study spaces
Mills Memorial Library and H.G. Thode Library of Science and Engineering are open for the fall term, with several important updates to note.
Meet Amanda Leduc, 2022-23 Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer in Residence
A disabled writer and advocate from Hamilton, Leduc is an award-winning author of multiple novels.
Meet Kateryna Babkina, 2022-23 International Writer in E-Residence
As an accomplished Ukrainian writer currently living in exile, Babkina continues to write to shed light on the war in her home country.
McMaster librarian presenting free community talk on rare books
Myron Groover, archives and rare books librarian at McMaster University Library, will explore several early books at the public lecture, entitled, “New Books Will Be Needed:” History, Magic, and Nature in Early Print.
Meet Saman, cartographic resources librarian
Goudarzi speaks about her new role, what makes the maps room so special, and how she plans to share her passion for maps with the community.
Library hiring students for 2022-23 academic year
Job opportunities are available in several library departments and range from library ambassadors to Thode Makerspace assistants.