Most borrowed e-books/audiobooks & watched titles of winter 2021

As we head into warmer months and the world opens up a little more, the Library is here to foster reading, listening, and streaming for pleasure. McGill students, faculty, and staff members have access to a wealth of resources. Some great starting points include McGill’s online video and film libguide, online audio & discographies libguide, Redpath Books Displays, and a Films 101 blog post. Wonder what kind of content folks are interested in? Check out some top titles below. Looking for something we don’t have? Suggest a purchase. Special thanks to Joseph Hafner, Associate Dean of Collection Services for compiling the listing.

10 most borrowed titles on McGill OverDrive (e-books & audiobooks)

  1. A Promised Land (audiobook) by Barack Obama and A Promised Land (e-book)
  2. The Body Keeps the Score : Brain, mind, and body in the healing of trauma (audiobook) by Bessel A Van der Kolk
  3. How to Be an Antiracist (audiobook) by Ibram X Kendi
  4. The Vanishing Half (e-book) by Brit Bennett
  5. The Art of Taking It Easy: How to Cope with Bears, Traffic, and the Rest of Life’s Stressors by Brian King
  6. 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act Helping Canadians Make Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples a Reality (e-book) by Robert P C Joseph
  7. The Guest List: A Novel (e-book) by Lucy Foley
  8. Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor (e-book) by Layla F Saad, Robin J DiAngelo
  9. The Intelligence Trap: Why Smart People Make Dumb Mistakes (audiobook) by David Robson
  10. Get a life, Chloe Brown (e-book) by Talia Hibbert

8 most borrowed films on McGill Criterion on Demand (streaming video)


10 most borrowed films on McGill Kanopy (streaming video)

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