McMaster libraries reopening in September
Mills and Thode libraries are set to welcome the community back on Sept. 7, 2021, with the Health Sciences Library opening its doors on Sept. 13, 2021.
Library expands eResources to support learning, research and instruction
McMaster University Library has grown its electronic resources during the pandemic, providing access to a treasure trove of materials for students, faculty and staff.
Library hiring student ambassadors, other student positions
McMaster University Library is hiring a number of exciting student positions, including two new library ambassadors, for the upcoming academic year.
HathiTrust ETAS deactivating as Mills and Thode libraries prepare to reopen
McMaster’s access to the HathiTrust ETAS service will be deactivated as of Sept. 3, 2021.
Students inspired by new intersession course on Black Caribbean and its diasporas
The course included the integration of archival material, specifically from the archives created by Louise Bennett-Coverley (Miss Lou) and Austin Clarke.
Announcing the 2021-22 Open Educational Resources (OER) Grant recipients
Nine faculty members, and their eight corresponding projects, will be supported as they build and integrate OER into their teaching in the coming year.
Watch: Archives Alive talk highlights beautiful books of the Kelmscott Press
The June event, entitled “The Whole Scheme of the Book": Williams Morris and the Kelmscott Press, was presented by Myron Groover, archives and rare books librarian at the William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections.
Unwind this summer with McMaster library staff and their pets
Library Pets gives students, as well as staff and faculty, a chance to connect with library staff and their pets.
Virtual talk offers glimpse into rare books as works of art
The upcoming Archives Alive virtual event on June 23 celebrates the Kelmscott Press, its historical and aesthetic context, and McMaster's own collection of Kelmscott editions.
Celebrated humanitarian, diplomat and activist Stephen Lewis gives ‘life’s work’ to McMaster University Library
From his campaign to galvanize global action on HIV/AIDS in Africa to addressing the genocide in Rwanda through his work with the United Nations, Stephen Lewis’s archive offers valuable insight into some of the world’s most pressing social and global health issues.
Hamilton Youth Film Festival submissions due June 3
The non-competitive showcase, now in its fifth year, is currently welcoming film submissions from youth and young adults in the Hamilton community and beyond.
Watch: Archives Alive talk featuring historian Sarah Whitwell
The May event, entitled “And I will be heard": Voices from the American Abolitionist Movement in the Liberator, was presented by McMaster University’s Sarah Whitwell.