News & Events

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New study space available on the Stauffer Library Terrace
We are excited to announce that the terrace on the second floor of Stauffer Library is now accessible seasonally! The terrace overlooks University and Union Streets, and provides the perfect place...
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Announcing a new journal - Advances in Combinatorics
This week, a new journal in mathematics was launched by Timothy Gowers (University of Cambridge) and Dan Kral (University of Warwick). The journal, called Advances in Combinatorics, is an overlay...
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Enhancing Indigenous Perspectives in the Library
Our new project intern position provides a Queen’s undergraduate student with an Indigenous background the opportunity to work with the Head Education Librarian and the Vice-Provost (Digital Planning...
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Martha Whitehead elected to COAR Executive Board
At the Annual Meeting of COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories) Vice-Provost (Digital Planning) and University Librarian Martha Whitehead was elected to the Executive Board for a three-year...
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Submit Your Nomination! Promoting Student Inquiry Teaching Award
Nominations are now being accepted for 2018 Promoting Student Inquiry Teaching Award. Please consider nominating a colleague, or a self-nomination. This award is sponsored and coordinated by Queen’s...
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PrintQ unavailable May 22 and 23
A planned upgrade of the Blackboard server that is currently scheduled for May 22 and 23 will impact PrintQ, and there will be no print/copy services available at all library locations during this...
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Listen now! Books@Queen's Podcasts
Check out a new podcast series: Books@Queen’s! This series features members of the Queen’s community talking about a piece of writing, critical data, or any other intellectual output available...
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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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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...