Sherman Centre launches McMaster-tailored digital curation platform
Omeka S allows users to create digital exhibits that share a collaboratively built pool of items and their metadata.
Legacy of dedicated library retirees Carol and Vic Nunn lives on through $1.1 million gift
Carol and Victor (Vic) Nunn dedicated their careers to McMaster University Library, and now their memory will live on in an extraordinary way.
Extended hours at Mills Learning Commons
Hours at Mills Learning Commons are being extended starting Monday, Nov. 1.
Library Pets back by popular demand
McMaster students are invited to a virtual drop-in to meet library staff and their pets on Wednesdays in November and Thursdays in December.
Rare texts on magic and the occult unearthed for Archives Alive event
This month’s must-see Archives Alive event will take audiences back in time to explore rare texts at McMaster University rooted in the very real tradition of magic and philosophy in western Europe.
Introducing Lavanya and Noor, library ambassadors
Meet Lavanya Sinha and Noor Latif, our ambassadors for the 2021-22 academic year at McMaster University Library.
Sherman Centre announces array of fall workshops
The virtual workshops are open to everyone at McMaster, as well as community members beyond campus.
Celebrating Open Access Week 2021
Join McMaster University Library and the MacPherson Institute for a week of virtual events in celebration of International Open Access Week from Oct. 25-31.
Writer in residence hosting virtual workshop on writing dialogue
Join Pasha Malla for a virtual writing workshop that will examine the uses, practices, and craft of dialogue in fiction.
Extended hours at Thode and Mills libraries starting Oct. 17
Thode and Mills libraries will feature extended hours after the fall midterm recess.
Fall midterm recess hours for Mills and Thode libraries
Mills Memorial Library will be open but with reduced hours during the fall midterm recess, while Thode Library will be closed.
Rare book linked to Franklin expedition acquired
The Blue Book, dating from 1852, features a detailed account of an expedition dispatched to the Canadian Arctic in 1850-51 in the hope of locating the doomed Franklin’s ships and sailors — or at least news of them.