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McLennan: Upstairs/Downstairs

Image: Looking down from the McLennan stairs

Special blog post by Robin Clark, Student Marketing Projects Assistant, McGill Library & Archives Working in the library as a McGill Work Study student has been a very interesting experience. To be perfectly honest, I did not know what to …

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Making a Place for Young Audiences

This winter at the Osler Library of the History of Medicine saw two firsts: our first high school level class visit to the library and our participation in McGill University’s first Bring a Child to Work Day. Both events highlighted ideas …

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Seeing Students’ Ears Perk Up: A Comment on Teaching & A Book Review of Critical Library Instruction Theories & Methods

Teaching is one of my favorite intellectual activities.  I believe it is a dialogue between the instructor and students, where complete silence from the audience is not allowed.  I try to keep my audience from being silently passive at all …

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