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McGill Library 18h
It's the 2nd week of exams and we're cheering you on! Remember, we've got a wide range of quiet study spots to choose from:
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McGill Law Library Apr 20
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McGill Library 21h
In honour of , a sampling of the many unique volumes in our collection. Check out our Instagram feed for more great examples!
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McGill Library Apr 22
From to to environmental activism, Kanopy has some great documentaries for students, faculty & staff.
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NASA Apr 22
Want to celebrate with the perfect GIF? In your device’s GIF keyboard, type ‘nasagif’ + ‘earth’ to see our collection of Earth GIFs! Try it on mobile or check out all our GIFs on : Which of our GIFs is your favorite? Reply with it here!
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McGill University Apr 22
With moving day coming up, a reminder that will pick up students’ cast-off household items before they hit the curb 🌎♻️
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McGill Library Apr 21
Prof Bob Montgomerie talks ptarmigans & spectacular colours of birds Thomson House. Thanks to everyone who came out!
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BBC Archive Apr 17
Attention all enthusiasts! Over 16,000 classic BBC Archive sound effects and field recordings, from air raids to zebras, are available on the BBC Sound Effects Beta: FREE to listen or download and reuse for non-commercial purposes.
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McGill Library Apr 21
Good morning ! The complete collection of pictures & songs / by Randolph Caldecott ; engraved and printed by Edmund Evans ; with a preface by Austin Dobson. London ; New York : G. Routledge and Sons, 1887.
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McGill Library Apr 20
Leaving town for the summer? Remember to return all library materials before departing. All items are subject to recall & a charge of $5/ day will be applied to overdue materials
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Nathalie Cooke Apr 20
Excited to hear art historian Carla Benzan tell us about the precious feather book
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McGill Library Apr 20
Soma Hewa & Anna Winterbottom explore Casey Wood's unique collection of South Asian medical texts & objects.
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McGill Library Apr 20
The 2018 Research Slam will bring together researchers from the social, cultural, and computational sciences for a half-day, multi-disciplinary collaborative event. Presented by 's Centre for Social and Cultural Data Science:
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McGill Library Apr 20
Minaggio's 400 year old feather book is out! The Casey Wood symposium has begun at
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McGill Alumni Apr 19
Finals have started and the libraries are packed with students hitting the books! Fun fact: did you know there was a McLennan travelling library back in the day? This service provided books for rural communities in Quebec and Canada. 🙌📖 📷 courtesy
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🏳️‍🌈 Michael David MILLER 🏳️‍🌈 Apr 20
I love the history of our libraries at . Fun fact, did you know the ’s McLennan Library is one of few, if not the only, major academic research library named after a woman? Great article on the history of Isabella Christine McLennan!
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McGill Library Apr 19
Packed house here at New Residence Hall to see Louise Penny deliver the Hugh MacLennan Lecture. Thanks to our partner & Friend of the Library Donald Walcot for his support of this event.
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Marissa Fortune Apr 18
In honour of completing the very last exam of my undergraduate degree, here's a photo of me from the very first time I visited over four years ago. It's so surreal to be done, and I am so grateful for the time I've had here.
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McGill Library Apr 19
Watch tonight's sold out lecture featuring acclaimed author, Louise Penny in real time!
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McGill Library Apr 19
Congrats, Marissa!!! Wishing you all the best for the future :)
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