LinkedIn Learning Club launches campaign on professional writing
The campaign is available to McMaster students for the month of March using their free LinkedIn Learning accounts.
Remembering Rabbi Bernard Baskin, McMaster library champion
Vivian Lewis, McMaster University Librarian, reflects on the Rabbi's tremendous impact on McMaster and Hamilton.
Hamilton author and artist Gary Barwin donates chapbook collection to McMaster library
The Gary Barwin Collection of Chapbooks, Broadsides, and Literary Periodicals is publicly available at the William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections.
Off-campus access to electronic resources made easy with Lean Library
The Lean Library web browser extension is now available to the McMaster community.
McMaster University Library welcomes three associate university librarians
Helen Kula, Lynne Serviss and Casey Hoeve are the latest additions to the leadership team at McMaster library.
LinkedIn Learning Club launches campaign for improving interpersonal skills
The campaign is available to McMaster students for the month of February using their free LinkedIn Learning accounts.
Pilot project eliminates author processing charges for all PLOS journals
The two-year project will see the elimination of author/article processing charges in all PLOS journals.
Watch: Archives Alive talk on digital access and Indigenous histories
The January event, entitled, Digital Access and Indigenous Histories: Supporting Self-Determination and Historical Research in Community was presented by Heather George and Gillian Dunks.
McMaster signs open access publishing agreement with Wiley
The two-year agreement will allow McMaster authors to publish eligible articles to select Wiley journals under an open licence with no article processing charge.
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.