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We hope you will explore our latest touch table experience, showcasing the Library’s DVD collection.
There are six categories to choose from:
Browse the categories and see which DVD you would like to borrow. Clicking on the url link will display the DVD’s WorldCat Discovery record containing more information about the film and the DVD’s call number.
The DVD collection is located in the Self-serve Reserves Room adjacent the Library Services Desk in the lobby of the McLennan Library building. DVDs are arranged by their numeric call number.
We hope you will find something of interest and are always interested in receiving purchase recommendations.
Thanks to the support of the Arts Undergraduate Improvement Fund, we have created a new welcoming reading/relaxing nook on the 6th floor of the McLennan Library building.
This Tranquility Zone was designed with our users in mind. The space is not only conducive for learning and relaxation, but is also, a zone that is different from conventional study space.
On your next visit to the Library, come and stay awhile. Try the Zen garden and absorb some tranquility.
McGill Library is now a supporting member of the Open Library of the Humanities (OLH).
The Open Library of Humanities is an academic-led, gold open-access publisher. With funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, OLH covers its costs by payments from an international library consortium, rather than any kind of author fee. McGill’s support means journals such as Glossa, Architectural Histories, Digital Medievalist among others can publish open access without charging any author fees.
Authors who publish in OLH journal retain their article copyright and have the rights to link, share and disseminate published article copies freely.
For more information, contact the Library’s Scholarly Communications Librarian, Jessica Lange (Jessica.Lange@mcgill.ca or 514-398-2895).