McGill libraries have different kinds of study zones: rooms that can be booked for group study, conversation zones where students are allowed to have “quiet discussions”, and quiet and silent zones, where people are supposed to avoid talking and, more generally, avoid behaviours that can disturb the other students. The idea is to give everybody… Read More Library Etiquette: The mysterious meaning of the expression “Silence SVP”
To get the most out of your time here at McGill, I always recommend our MyResearch series of workshops, designed specifically for graduate students. Here are just five good reasons to attend McGill Library MyResearch workshops this fall: You will advance your research: MyResearch is not a one-size-fits-all series. We use our subject-specific knowledge to… Read More Your time is so precious, why spend it with librarians?
Concept mapping is a way to link ideas and concepts in a visual and easy to follow way. Yesterday, I participated in a workshop held at the McGill Library that was all about using this method to organize and visualize ideas. So why would a graduate student want to spend part of their day learning… Read More Concept Mapping with the McGill Library