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David Hume Collection

By Mark G. Spencer, Department of History, Brock University. McGill University’s David Hume Collection has many remarkable strengths. Any scholar with an interest in Hume and his world is sure to find much that will be of interest. The principal …

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Olivia Dalton smiling at the camera standing in front of bookshelves.

Student Spotlight: Olivia Dalton at the McGill University Archives

Student employment in the McGill Library benefits the entire McGill community. At 100+ strong this academic year, McGill Library student workers gain valuable work experience while engaging in academic pursuits.  Student navigators, curatorial interns, special project assistants and student researchers …

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Student Spotlight: Maëlys Lemonnier at the McGill University Archives

Student employment in the McGill Library benefits the entire McGill community. At 100+ strong this academic year, McGill Library student workers gain valuable work experience while engaging in academic pursuits.  Student navigators, curatorial interns, special project assistants and student researchers …

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Katie Carleton smiling at the camera in front of a bookshelf.

Student Spotlight: Katie Carleton at the McGill University Archives

Student employment in the McGill Library benefits the entire McGill community. At 100+ strong this academic year, McGill Library student workers gain valuable work experience while engaging in academic pursuits.  Student navigators, curatorial interns, special project assistants and student researchers …

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The Making of Moments in Time

Explore collection highlights featured in the historically minded, family-friendly (and pretty!) new “Moments in Time” card game developed by staff members and students at ROAAr.
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A Deep Dive into the Moshe Safdie Archive

The story of Moshe Safdie’s professional practice and student works can be found in his archive. Now this incredible body of work has made its way home to where it all started – McGill. Tellina Liu, Archivist & liaison librarian for the Moshe Safdie Archive, walks us through past, present, and future moments of engagement with the collection.
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Charlotte A. Cavatica

Learn more about the process behind Associate Provost (Teaching and Academic Planning) Chris Buddle’s recent hands-on visit to McGill’s Book Arts Lab where spinning mixed art inspired by a most memorable storybook character was more than child’s play.
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Open Research Symposium Recap

On April 4, McGill Library hosted an event dedicated to all things open! Nearly 50 students, researchers, and staff attended the event. Attendees learned about launching open access journals, sharing experiments, saving data, publishing registered reports among others. View presentations …

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Alexander Norton III sitting at a desk in front of a computer in the Music Library smiling at the camera.

Student Spotlight: Alexander Norton III at the Marvin Duchow Music Library

Student employment in the McGill Library benefits the entire McGill community. At 100+ strong this academic year, McGill Library student workers gain valuable work experience while engaging in academic pursuits.  Student navigators, curatorial interns, special project assistants and student researchers …

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