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McGill University Library and Archives GLAM Page[edit]

GLAM Project Description

Welcome to the McGill University Library and Archives GLAM Page! This page brings together different Wiki projects in which the Library and Archives participate. 

Since 2014, current and former librarians have offered Wikipedia support, edit-a-thons and have collaborated with teaching faculty to integrate Wikipedia in the classroom.  

These projects hope to highlight unique collections and fonds at the McGill University Library and Archives, provide Wikimedians with our digitized resources to contribute to the continued improvement of Wikipedia articles (and its sister projects) related to our collection strengths.

Wikipedia Events[edit]

Upcoming[edit]

  • 2019 #1Lib1Ref / #1Bib1Ref

Past[edit]

WikiCommons: Images from our collections[edit]

WikiData[edit]

Wikipedia Resources[edit]

  1. | Template to create citations to archival holdings

McGill Library and Archival Resources[edit]

Rare Books & Special Collections, Osler, Art, and Archives form the ROAAr Department of the McGill University Library and Archives.

ROAAr[edit]

  1. Catalogue of archival holdings
  2. Internet Archive collections
  3. Digital exhibitions and collections

Rare Books and Special Collections[edit]

  1. Internet archive collection includes manuscripts, books and maps
  2. War World posters collection

McGill University Archives[edit]

  1. Illuminated Book of Remembrance records the names of the nearly 700 students, staff and faculty who lost their lives in World War I and World War II Book of Remembrance, Book of Remembrance, 1914-1918 Macdonald College, Book of Remembrance. 1939-1945. Macdonald College
  2. McGill honour roll, 1914-1918 published in 1926 in honour of those who served in the Great War
  3. McGill Remembers exhibition
  4. McGill Yearbooks (1898-2000)
  5. The archival records of McGill University - volume 1, Private papers held at McGill University - volume 2 & volume 3
  6. McGill Student publications

Osler Library of the History of Medicine[edit]

  1. Internet Archive collection
  2. Medical Faculty calendars
  3. Osler Library Prints Collection
  4. Osler letter index