News & Events

James McNutt
Inspired by 'Old Ideals, Old Publications'
The Adaptive Technology Centre and Queen’s University Libraries congratulate James McNutt. To read more about James’ scholarly achievements and contributions to the Queen’s community, read the new
Union Gallery Threads
Calling all Students and Emerging Poets
The Union Gallery will be hosting a poetry reading on October 1st, 2016 as part of Culture Days and in conjunction with Kingston WritersFest. The gallery invites student and emerging young poets to
New website screenshots
Queens University Library Launches New Website
We are pleased to share with you the launch of our new website. After months of planning and hard work, we are delighted to announce the official launch on July 27, 2016! Our goal with this new
Kim Bell
Prison Sentences: Penitentiary Literature in Kingston
Focusing on prison newsletters, or ‘joint magazines’ from Kingston area prisons, this  exhibit provides an in-depth look at writings by prisoners. It examines the content and  historical significance
Students walking in Stauffer Library
LAMP Update: Douglas Library and Stauffer Library Sub-Projects
Continuing with the LAMP implementation plan, this Douglas and Stauffer Library Sub­‐Projects Presentationshowcases design principles, service point visions, and drawings that were produced by CS
Students walking in Stauffer Library
LAMP Update: Layer of Access Core Criteria for Bound Journals
The Library Leadership Team has reviewed the Library’s Layer of Access Core Criteria for bound journals and the Library is now sharing with advisory groups and poised to implement the layers of
Students walking in Stauffer Library
LAMP Update: Stauffer and Douglas Library Sub-projects
With students taking full advantage of every inch of space in our libraries in these early days of December, it was rewarding to begin reviewing opportunities for the Stauffer and Douglas Library
Students walking in Stauffer Library
LAMP Update: Café repositioning
A group has been working on the Library Café repositioning design and investigating the possibility of extended hours of operation. A report will be forthcoming.
Students walking in Stauffer Library
LAMP Update: Library Information Network at Queen’s (LINQ)
The Library and Archives Master Plan recommended the addition of smaller clusters of Library study space. This new concept of library space was called a Library Information Network at Queen’s (LINQ