Starting in October, the library will be offering new workshops about Zotero. This free and open source software enables you to organize your research, create bibliographies and insert citations or footnotes in your assignments. You can download Zotero here.
The workshops will feature hands-on components and students are encouraged to bring their own laptops to practice. Computers will also be available in the room. The workshops will be offered on the following dates; please click on the links to register:
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The Humanities and Social Sciences Library has put together a book display of Cundill History Prize winners, as well as titles that were longlisted for the Prize.
Administered by McGill University, the Cundill History Prize rewards the leading historians of our time. The nominated works embody historical scholarship, originality, literary quality, and broad appeal.
The Prize is named after McGill alumnus F. Peter Cundill (1938–2011), who was a philanthropist, sportsman, diarist, and renowned global investor.
The book display is located on the main floor on the Humanities and Social Sciences Library, in the Redpath Library building.
This year’s longlist will be announced on September 26, 2017.
For more information about the Cundill Prize, please visit: https://www.cundillprize.com/