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  • Research | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Library Catalogue Use the Catalogue to find books, journal titles, online resources and other materials in all four campus libraries and affiliates. Articles/Databases Use this search if you're looking for databases that contain articles, data, images (& more) on your topic.
  • Citation and Style Guides | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - [toc list:ol; title:Table of Contents; minlevel:2; maxlevel:3; attachments:1;] The following guides provide help on how to cite a variety of resources. 
  • Using the Libraries | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Borrowing Information on how to borrow and renew library books and how to borrow from other library as a McMaster student/faculty member. Computers, Copiers, etc. Find out what technology, equipment, hardware and software the libraries offer. 3D Printing Free three-dimensional printing available in the Lyons New Media Centre, Mills Library (4th floor).
  • Computers, Copiers/Printers, Equipment, etc. | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Equipment Locations, Technology & Software What kind of technology and software is available and where you can find it. Borrow a Projector Need to use a projector? Borrow one at the library.
  • How Library Stuff Works | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Using the Library | Finding Articles | Finding Books | Doing Research | Citing Using the Library
  • Learning Support | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Academic skills support is available in the Mills Learning Commons, Room L213/E to help you with your learning and writing skills.We offer:
  • Off-campus Access | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Farewell LibAccess, Hello Off-campus Access Same access to licensed online content. Now with just-in-time authentication OFF-CAMPUS USERS No need to log in pre-emptively any longer. Search and find licensed online content right now and you will be prompted to enter your MACID credentials at the point-of-use.
  • Study Space | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Study spaces in Mills, Innis & Thode are organized into "Learning Zones". The purpose of the Learning Zones is to promote the Library as a space for research, reflection, discovery, and learning. Associated with each zone is a set of expectations, benefits, and cautions, and we encourage you to select the zone that best fits the work you need to get done in the Library.
  • Collections | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Archives & Research Collections Find out more about the William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections and access online finding aids & exhibits. Data & Statistics Your guide to using data & statistics to support your research. Digital Archive Provides access to digitized special library collections, mostly from Maps, Research Collections, and the general book collection.
  • The William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Archives Collections | Bertrand Russell Archives | Anglican Diocese of Niagara ArchivesRare Books and Maps | Holocaust and Resistance | Exhibits | Digital Archive
  • Lyons New Media Centre | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Welcome to the Lyons New Media Centre (LNMC) NEWS (Powered by our blog!) Profs & Instructors: Looking for Videos? This is a reminder to all professors, instructors and anyone else booking videos for classes that Lyons no longer houses or deals with the video collection. For assistance with that, please visit the Media Booking Service page, managed by Library Services at Mills Library (1st floor) at ext. 22077. LNMC Centre & Office Hours Office hours Mondays-Fridays: 9:30-4:30pm Saturdays & Sundays: CLOSED Centre Hours Fall Hours (Starts Mon, Sept 9) Mondays - Thursdays: 9:30am-9:30pm Fridays: 9:30am-5:30pm Saturday: 10:30am-5:30pm Sundays: 12:00pm-8:00pm Clearing of the Centre begins 15 minutes prior to the posted closing time. ** Please note that emails, voice mail & phone calls may not be answered outside of regular office hours, unless you call the Help Desk at ext 20734. Booking requests are only answered during regular office hours, so please keep this in mind when submitting a booking request. ** IMPORTANT NOTICE Please be aware: our main area computers are now considered a media lab. You don't need to be in the Multimedia program to use them, but you do need to be working on media projects. They must be kept available for people needing the software on them, as Lyons is the only place on campus where some of this software is available for free for all students. Anyone using the computers or computer workstations for anything other than media will be asked to move to other areas of Lyons or the library regardless of computer availability, to keep the specialized software available. Please see our General Policies page for details. Looking for a physical description of the work on the video wall in Lyons? Check out our "What's on the Video Wall?" blog page! Important Quick Links Camera equipment PC games list Software available in Lyons Video wall policies What's on the Video Wall? (physical descriptions) Connect With Us! Lyons New Media Centre blog "Like" us on Facebook! "Follow" us on twitter! Follow us on tumblr! Media Take a video tour of Lyons! LNMC's YouTube Channel Gaming How to Play Games @ Lyons blog post Games Room Policies Gaming Room Code of Conduct Lyons New Media Centre Room Booking Site
  • The Lloyd Reeds Map Collection | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Maps - GIS - Aerial Photos - Fire Insurance Plans - Historical Maps - Map Citation Guide The Lloyd Reeds Map Collection supports the geographic research needs of students, staff and faculty at McMaster University.
  • Music Collection | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - The music collection is closely related to the curriculum of the Music division of the School of the Arts. All users are welcome. What is available... In the Music Area, Mills 4th floor: music books, scores, sheet music music Reference materials (dictionaries, encyclopedias, biographical dictionaries, etc.) CDs, music cassette tapes, vinyl records Other areas:
  • Find Theses | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - What is a thesis? lengthy, formal papers usually written by candidates for a master's or doctoral degree at academic institutions papers containing original research on a specific topic also referred to as dissertations, particularly when written for a doctorate.   Theses from McMaster University To find McMaster theses, search one or more of the following sources:
  • Faculty Support | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Classroom Audio Visual Services (CAVS) CAVS provides teaching tools for classroom learning experiences across the McMaster community. Creating Course ReservesInformation on placing materials on reserve for your courses.

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  • J. Kopeny - Absolute classic.

    I still have the original vinyl of this and picked up this to replace a scratched to hell CD version of it. This is one of the RARE examples of theater merging (mostly) successfully with Rock instead of the other way around.

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