News & Events

Black History Month 2019
Black History Month
In honour of February being Black History Month, we are highlighting a selection of important primary source databases available to you through Queen’s University Library: African American...
Archives of Sexuality & Gender
Now Available: Archives of Sexuality & Gender
We are pleased to announce that we have subscribed to the Archives of Sexuality & Gender: LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940, Parts I & II. This fully-searchable collection from Gale...
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Library Services Phishing Attack
Today 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 into providing...
New group study room
Two new group study rooms open at Education Library
The Education Library now has two additional Group Study Rooms available to Queen’s students, staff and faculty. Rooms B124A and B124B both have a four person capacity and are equipped with a table,...
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We received funding from CANARIE
We are pleased to announce that the project “Dataverse for the Canadian Research Community: Developing reusable and scalable tools for data deposit, curation, and sharing” has recently received...
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Adding funds to Tri-colour cash (PrintQ) unavailable January 14-17
A planned upgrade of the RMC/Mercury system and Oracle Database is currently scheduled for January 14-17, and this will impact PrintQ, as there will be no way to add funds to your Tri-colour cash,...
Stauffer Library in the snow
R4R@Q: Laying the Groundwork for a Successful Research Agreement
Time: 12:30-1:30 Hosted by: Office of Partnerships and Innovation (OPI): David Bruce, Legal Counsel & Associate Director (Research Contracts), Research Contracts Unit Speakers David Bruce,...
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R4R@Q: Identifying and Protecting Your Invention
Time: 12:30-1:30 Hosted by: Office of Partnerships and Innovation (OPI): Stephen Scribner, Director Intellectual Property, Patent Agent, Technology Transfer Unit Speakers Stephen Scribner,...
Heather McMullen and representatives from partner schools accept an OCUL Outstanding Contributor Award
OCUL Outstanding Contribution Award
We are pleased to announce that, along with our partner schools, University of Toronto, Western University, McMaster University, and the University of Ottawa, Queen's University Library was awarded...