The 2020 Osler Day celebrations are upon us!

Each year we celebrate Osler Day on the first Wednesday in November. The day is an occasion to come together and to support endeavours that honour Sir William Osler’s emphasis upon humanistic reflection. It is an opportunity for students to …

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Happy Halloween from the McGill Library

Looking to enjoy a safe – but scary – Halloween? The McGill Library has got you covered. This staff-curated list of films will keep you screaming from the comfort of your couch.  DVDs The Humanities & Social Sciences Library’s DVD …

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Punch and Judy – October Screen Share

Celebrating costumes and the uncanny factor of all puppets, here is our October screen share. Just in time for Hallowe’en, use the image to dress up your desktop or embellish your Zoom meetings. Scroll to the bottom for instructions on …

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Book Cover Designing Your Life How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life

Delight in small streaming pleasures at the Library

As we head into mid-term season, building health breaks into your workday is key. If music helps you recharge, check out our libguide dedicated to online sources for audio recordings and discographies. The Naxos Music Library features over 2 million …

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Raising Spirits: Part II

Today is the day. The game is live! The Pathologist awaits. Are you ready? Play the Game here : https://news.library.mcgill.ca/raising-spirits-part-ii/ Explore the second half of the McGill Library Orientation game. A mysterious corruption plagues the McGill campus, disrupting websites, scrambling …

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Friends of the McGill Library: Fall 2020 Update

Dear Friends, A warm hello to all of the Friends of the Library. I’m looking forward to getting together with you in the coming months as we move forward with our Fall program, which will be presented virtually for the …

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Pagniq Sniffs the Wind by Pudlo Pudlat

By Catie Galbraith, Indigenous Studies and Community Engagement Initiative (ISCEI) Research Assistant Pudlo Pudlat was born on Qikiqtaaluk (Baffin Island) in 1916. He lived in this region of Nunavut for much of his life, leading a semi-nomadic lifestyle. Pudlat did …

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In process: Witold Rybczynski papers

New at McGill Library, the Witold Rybczynski Fonds – book manuscripts and proofs, research materials, reviews, correspondence, teaching materials, slides, and digital files – represent a career as author and educator. Witold Rybczynski is a critically acclaimed and award-winning Canadian-American …

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More Zoom Backgrounds: ROAAr edition

Back by popular demand, we’ve got more Zoom backgrounds for students, faculty and staff to use as we start the new academic year. In April, we featured campus places and library spaces. This time, we invite you to take in …

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Salvaged Starpod: Architect Louis Sullivan in McGill’s Visual Arts Collection

An object in the Visual Arts Collection links McGill and Louis Sullivan, a famous founder of modern architecture.

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