Touching history: Collaboration between library and history department gives students a hands-on look at the past
A pilot course born out of a partnership between the history department and the William Ready Division of Archives and Special Collections is giving students the opportunity to engage directly with historical source materials in a hands-on way.
Thode library closed for August, reopening in September
The library will welcome students back on the first day of the fall term.
McMaster Dataverse host relaunches as Borealis
The update, which includes a new name and logo, went live on June 23.
LinkedIn Learning Club focuses on leadership development for July campaign
McMaster students can access the collection for the month of July using their free LinkedIn Learning account.
Announcing the 2022-23 Open Educational Resources (OER) Grant recipients
Five McMaster University faculty members are receiving grants to support four projects that will foster the creation and integration of free, high-quality online textbooks and other digital educational materials.
New catalogue featuring Omni search tool now live at McMaster libraries
The new library catalogue is expected to better meet the needs of McMaster’s academic community thanks, in part, to a search tool called Omni which is now in use at 18 university libraries across Ontario.
Meet Brittany, Thode Makerspace coordinator
Once the space reopens, Sostar will be the main point of contact for users requesting to book equipment, looking for project guidance or needing assistance with a piece of technology.
LinkedIn Learning Club launches new campaign on diversity, equity, and inclusion
McMaster students can access the collection for the month of June using their free LinkedIn Learning account.
Renowned Hamilton musician and artist Tom Wilson donates archive to McMaster University Library
Canadian music legend, famed storyteller, and visual artist Tom Wilson has donated his archive to the William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections.
Reflections on Bertrand Russell’s relevance on 150th anniversary of his birth
McMaster's Andrew Bone, Nicholas Griffin, and Alexander Klein share their thoughts on the ongoing importance of the British philosopher and peace advocate.
New exhibit celebrates 150 years of Bertrand Russell
Scientists for Peace: the Russell-Einstein Manifesto and the Pugwash Conference is open to the public at the Bertrand Russell Archives each week until December 8, 2022.
McMaster maps supporting cast in war film Operation Mincemeat
Rare maps from McMaster University Library are once again in the spotlight in the new wartime cinematic thriller, Operation Mincemeat.