Sherman Centre launches speaker series on technology, data, and artificial intelligence
DS Bytes: A Lunchtime Speaker Series on Digital Scholarship is a new initiative featuring engaging presenters with virtual attendance options.
Applications open for library research grants
Among the offerings are the Dr. William G. Bensen and Family Travel Grant in Canadian History, the McMaster-American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS) Short-Term Fellowship, and unrestricted travel grants open to a wide range of research areas.
LinkedIn Learning Club returns with fun challenge for January
The campaign is available to McMaster students for the month of January using their free LinkedIn Learning accounts.
Archives Alive virtual talk explores digital access and Indigenous histories
The virtual presentation entitled, Digital Access and Indigenous Histories: Supporting Self-Determination and Historical Research in Community will take place on Jan. 17, 2023.
McMaster hosts celebration of Jamaican independence and connections
“TALK YUH TALK”: A Celebration of Jamaica’s 60th Anniversary of Independence took place at L.R. Wilson Hall on Dec. 10.
December closures at Mills and Thode libraries
Mills and Thode libraries will close for the winter break in late December.
LinkedIn Learning Club highlights best courses of 2022
McMaster students can access the campaign for the month of December using their free LinkedIn Learning accounts.
December study and online exam spaces on campus
As the fall term examination period approaches, McMaster offers a variety classroom online test rooms and library study spaces.
Off-campus access switching to Office 365 sign-on Dec. 12
Change to how McMaster community accesses electronic resources while off campus improves security and consistency for users.
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.