Newly conserved rare map provides unique snapshot of life in 19th century Ontario
Thanks to funding from McMaster graduate, Elaine Campbell, McMaster University Library conservators have used new, experimental techniques to breathe new life into a rare 1859 map produced by famed map publisher George Tremaine.
Virtual Talk: First and Second World War Propaganda
From selling war bonds and collecting scrap, to recruitment and anti-espionage campaigns, see how governments used propaganda on their own people and their enemies in the two largest conflicts of the 20th century.
Celebrating Open Access Week 2020
How can instructors create their own interactive content for online courses? How can using open platforms increase equity and inclusion in teaching? Where can instructors find high-quality, openly licensed educational materials? Learn about these topics and more during Open Access Week (Oct. 19–25).
Bookable, in-person access to media creation software now available in Mills Library
McMaster University Library is now providing undergraduate students with in-person access to bookable state-of-the-art computers equipped with a range of media creation software including Adobe Creative Cloud.
Library’s limited curbside pick-up option now available to undergrads
McMaster undergraduate students can use the Library’s limited curbside pick-up option to access print books from the Library’s collection that can’t be accessed electronically.
A virtual reading, Q&A with Writer-in-eResidence Janet Rogers
Meet the 2020-21 Writer-in-eResidence, Janet Rogers, as she reads selections of her poetry accompanied by guitarist Josh Miller and Mohawk speaker, Candace Maracle.
Lyons New Media Centre celebrates 10 years of creativity
In September of 2010, the Lyon's New Media Centre opened its doors. Now, ten years later, it's still providing students with access to the cutting-edge media production tools and expertise they need.
Dear Bertie: Letters to Bertrand Russell
Albert Einstein, Martin Luther King Jr, and John F. Kennedy are among the luminaries whose letters are featured in an online exhibit at McMaster focused on philosopher, peace advocate and Nobel laureate Bertrand Russell.
Limited bookable study space now available in Mills Library
Starting Sept. 14, McMaster students will be able to book physically distanced workspaces on the ground floor of Mills Library.
New online hub a one-stop-shop for Library’s suite of remote resources
The Remote Support Hub offers a quick and easy way for McMaster students, faculty and staff to access the Library’s many remote teaching, learning and research services and resources.
Dedicated study space for graduate students available in Mills Library
The Graduate Study Space, located in the Mills Learning Commons, is available for use by McMaster graduate students until the end of the Fall term.
“We may not be able to bring students into the Library, but we can give them remote access to the resources they need”
A new virtual service is making it possible to access dozens of software programs installed on the Library’s public computers for coursework and research.