Saying farewell to Boris Brott, Canadian maestro and McMaster friend
The McMaster community is profoundly saddened by the death of conductor and classical music ambassador Boris Brott. Tributes continue to pour in from researchers, friends, faculty and alumni.
McMaster library hiring students for the summer
Several library positions for students will be posted to Mosaic as part of McMaster's summer work program.
Extended library hours for April exam crunch; five classrooms open for online tests
Mills and Thode libraries will have increased hours, with Mills Learning Commons open 24/7, starting April 10.
McMaster professor adapting open biology textbook to include Canadian content
The adapted textbook will put a Canadian context on introductory level biology content and showcase the diversity in science.
Video captioning for instructors available through Library Accessibility Services
Looking to caption that video you are screening for students during an in-person lecture or tutorial? The Library Accessibility Services team is here to help.
Lyons New Media Centre open, expands services for winter term
Lyons New Media Centre has expanded its winter term services to include the media production studio and audio recording booths.
Mask recycling pilot at campus libraries, other buildings
Collection bins for disposable masks can be found in the entrances to Mills and Thode libraries, as well in additional buildings throughout campus.
McMaster hosting virtual events celebrating Open Education Week 2022
Join McMaster University Libraries for four exciting events during Open Education Week from March 7 to 11.
New library resource delves into McMaster research impact
Altmetric Explorer for Institutions enables users to monitor the "buzz" surrounding academic research, from social media impact to policy inclusion.
McMaster libraries moving to a new catalogue; Omni coming to McMaster
Omni, which will be part of a new library services platform at McMaster, is set to go live in summer 2022.
Virtual talk celebrates tenacious Canadian journalist Judith Robinson
Judith Robinson proved a force of nature from the 1930s through the 1950s, wielding power in her writing and, along the way, contributing to ideas that shaped 20th century Canadian political thought.
January study spaces on campus
Here's a list of campus spaces where you can connect to reliable internet, complete an online assignment or study this month.