News & Events

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Library Journal Input
Queen’s University Library is asking all Queen’s researchers to review and comment on the Queen’s results of the national Journal Usage Project to provide further input about which journals are most...
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Library Services Phishing Attack
On Thursday, April 12th, a malicious email was sent to members of the Queen's community indicating that their access to the library will soon expire. This is a phishing attack intended to trick users...
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Data Day 2018: Giving VOICE to your research
The fifth annual Queen's University Data Day will be held on Wednesday, May 2, from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm in the Douglas Library 1966 Reading Room. The program features presentations and panels on...
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Designated Movement Space Returns to the Library
The Queen’s Athletic & Recreation Centre (ARC) Get Your 150 campaign and Queen’s University Library are pleased to partner a second time to offer students a designated movement space while they...
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Books@Queen’s Podcast Launch
Please join us on Monday April 16 from 4 pm – 5 pm for the launch party of a new podcast series: Books@Queen’s! This series features members of the Queen’s community talking about a piece of writing...
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2018 Inquiry@Queen’s Undergraduate Research Conference
The 12th Annual Inquiry@Queen’s Undergraduate Research Conference will be held in Stauffer Library, March 8-9.  All events are open to the Queen’s and Kingston communities as the conference...
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I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference – Call for Proposals
Undergraduate students from any discipline with research, inquiry and experiential learning experiences and creative projects to share are invited to submit an abstract for the 12th Annual Inquiry@...
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Holiday magic on campus
We wanted to share a little bit of Queen's holiday magic in Douglas Library with you. We always say the 1923 Reading Room is one of the most enchanting places on campus.
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CORA polling data now freely available
Queen’s University Library in collaboration with the Canadian Opinion Research Archive (CORA) and the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) is making CORA polling data freely available to...