Monthly Archives: March 2013

Hoppy Spring!

   

Lending a hand (and other anatomical models) at the Life Sciences Library

Skeletons, hearts, brains, eyeballs and more have found a permanent home in the Life Sciences Library collection. These 3D anatomical models are available for members to borrow. Come by and say hello to Fred Skeleton, as staff affectionately call him, or …

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Think Spring: Children’s Books for the Upcoming Season

Although it may not feel like it yet, spring is just around the corner!   To celebrate the end of a long winter, browse through the Education Library’s Children’s Literature and Young Adult Collection and discover many delightful picture books about …

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Research Proust – Sharon Rankin

Our latest profile of librarian researchers is Sharon Rankin from Rare Books. Learn all about her work on the cultural heritage of our northern peoples.    Name Sharon Rankin Job Title  Liaison Librarian  Library  Rare Books and Special Collections   …

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Fresh from the Farm

McGill’s Macdonald Campus Farm occupies over 200 hectares on the West Island of Montreal. In addition to supporting the teaching and research needs of the university community, it is also a working farm. In December, Natalie Waters  and I asked …

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Maple Syrup and Maple Sugar

It’s almost that time of year again! Read all about it in this McGill Digital Title: Quebec standard products : maple syrup and maple sugar. Published in the 1920s by the Maple Sugar Producers of Quebec, this book includes recipes contributed by …

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