Read the McMaster University Library 2021-22 Impact Report
The 2021-22 Impact Report highlights the library’s strategic work during the past year through stories of innovative learning solutions, steadfast research support and meaningful outreach initiatives.
Archive shares remarkable story of Royal Canadian Air Force wireless operator and air gunner
The new Keith Patrick Archive features well-documented materials like silk maps, a flight logbook, photographs, and letters from his service in the Second World War.
LinkedIn Learning Club presents an introduction to programming and data analysis
McMaster students can access the November campaign using their free LinkedIn Learning account.
Town hall, focus groups set for McMaster’s Research Data Management Strategy
Faculty, students, staff, and community members connected with McMaster's research enterprise encouraged to provide feedback.
Watch: Archives Alive talk explores history of the beloved chapbook
The October event, entitled, Devils, Angels, Scoundrels, Fortunes, and Fables: British Eighteenth-Century Chapbooks at McMaster University Library was presented by Gillian Dunks, archives arrangement and description librarian at McMaster library.
Meet the 2022-23 McMaster library ambassadors
The McMaster University Library ambassador program has returned for a second year with an expanded team.
If it’s broke, fix it at Thode Makerspace Repair Café
The Library Sustainability Committee has scheduled a series of repair cafés for the 2022-23 academic year.
Archives Alive presents A Clockwork Orange
Join Rick Stapleton for the in-person presentation entitled, "Filthy and Much Scrawled": How the manuscript of A Clockwork Orange came to McMaster on Nov. 24, 2022.
Basil H. Johnston Archives added to UNESCO Canada Memory of the World Register
Basil H. Johnston, considered one of the leading North American Indigenous authors of the 20th century, wrote about Anishinaabe traditions, language, and modern life.
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.