Over the Summer (2016), the Islamic Studies Library is reviewing, and updating, all of the Islamic and Middle East studies subject guides, in the hope to have fully functional, relevant, and easy to navigate subject guides for the new academic year.
As part of this project, numerous new guides were developed and launched:
We would love if some of you were to get involved: have a look at the guides, and let us know what you think! We’ll be happy to hear any suggestions or comments you may have!
Our first orientation workshop of the year (Getting started) will be held tomorrow, Tuesday January 8, 2013 at 10 a.m., in the Octagon room. This will be the perfect occasion for us to answer any question you may have regarding the Library system, borrowing, or searching the catalogue, etc.
Feel free to drop by!
The ISL is offering an Endnote training this Monday, Sept. 17, at 10-11 am, in room RM-23 (Redpath building).
We hope to see you there!
The ISL is offering a Middle East and Islamic Studies Library Orientation session next Monday (Sept. 10), 11 am-1 pm in room RM-23 (Redpath). From Library facilities and services to specific resources and how to find them, you’ll learn all there is to know about the Library to start your academic career on the right foot. Feel free to drop by!
Hi friends! Don’t forget tomorrow’s workshop on Getting Started. The workshop is focused on an overview of the library, it’s collections and the various services provided for you.
Just a reminder: next “Finding the right stuff” workshop at the ISL tomorrow at 5:00 pm!
Want to attend a workshop at the Islamic Studies Library? Check out the schedule: http://www.mcgill.ca/library/library-support/orientation/