Library

Making music accessible to all

A man walks into Joe’s MILL and asks to borrow an instrument.Continue...

Queen’s librarian heading to Harvard

After 15 years working at Queen’s libraries, Martha Whitehead will pack her bags and head for Harvard library this June.Continue...

Students live and sleep in Stauffer for one week

This week, students from the Queen’s chapter of Room to Read will be spending the night in Stauffer as part of the Live-In for Literacy fundraising campaign.Continue...

U.S. exchange rate causes purchasing power difficulties

In a report submitted to September’s Senate meeting, Martha Whitehead, vice-provost and head librarian, admitted the weak Canadian dollar hit the library’s purchasing power.Continue...

Watson Hall unveils first campus LINQ space

For English professor Shelley King, it’s rare that she gets to see “a ghost or glimmer of an idea actually being enacted” at Queen’s. This changed for her on Tuesday with the unveiling of the first campus Library Information Network at Queen’s (LINQ) Library in Watson Hall.Continue...

Senate addresses financial concerns with University library systems

During the Nov. 1 meeting of Queen’s Senate, several program reviews were presented to senators for debate. Review reports were available for cultural studies, environmental studies, fine art, geography and planning, global development, Jewish studies, law and political studies, leading to conversation on both concerns and newly developed initiatives within each.Continue...

“Little free libraries” pop up in Kingston

If you aren’t feeling up to a trip to your local library, the Little Free Libraries project may be just what you need.Continue...

A PSA on library etiquette

A library is the one place where you can escape the distractions this campus throws at you.Continue...

Technology takeover

You might not think your history degree would ever have you digitizing the x-rays of a sarcophagus, but with the rise of digital humanities, it could be a reality.

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Library has novel idea

On Saturday, Ottawa city libraries will host the Human Library, where patrons check out people instead of books. The volunteer-based program brings together a diverse group of about 60 people, including a pediatric neurosurgeon, an HIV-positive man and a prostitute.Continue...