Winter season launches with public reception in Taylor Family Digital Library Feb. 4
Longleaf Services is pleased to welcome Cornell University Press and the University of Georgia Press as full service fulfillment and publishing services clients. The books of both presses will be available from Longleaf effective July 1, 2016. Longleaf will also begin providing U.S. sales, marketing, and fulfillment services for the University of Calgary Press effective March 1, 2016.
University doubles its collection through partnership with HathiTrust Digital Library
High-resolution screen enhances research for grad students and faculty; 10-minute demonstrations run this week
Members of campus community among Order of Canada recipients. Governor general gives awards to donor Don Taylor; former faculty and donors David Bissett, Peter Valentine
Tom Hickerson reappointed vice-provost (Libraries and Cultural Resources)
Did you know that the Taylor Family Digital Library has a Visualization Studio with an interactive 34.5 million pixel display available to all faculty, staff, and grad students? The studio can be booked for free and has been used for many things including: image analysis, open house feedback sessions, user-studies, video product, course project presentations, workshops, and as a unique venue for oral defenses.
In a ceremony held October 29, 2015 in Ottawa, Nepalese ambassador to Canada His Excellency Mr. Kali Prasad Pokhrel and New Zealand High Commissioner His Excellency Mr. Simon Tucker jointly presented Jack D. Ives with the Lifetime Achievement edition of the Sir Edmund Hillary Mountain Legacy Medal.
Focus on building, sharing and translating knowledge earns international recognition
Innovative study examines role of next-generation libraries in multidisciplinary research
Sing-along project gets more than 100 students to learn and sing 15th-century tune together
Collaboration between students’ association and library staff complements classroom training
Centre is first Canadian recipient of honour, recognized for promoting entrepreneurial education
Second World War silkscreens, that brightened the living quarters of Canadian soldiers, on display at the Founders' Gallery at The Military Museums