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Early American Newspapers 1780-1809 and Early American Imprints: Series 2: Shaw-Shoemaker 1801-1819 (books).
This collection expands our Early American Newspaper collection providing primary sources for study of the Federalist period. Funded by the School of Liberal Arts.
Search the full text of journals, books and research reports on environmental issues and their impact on society spanning 40 disciplines from sustainable business practices to energy policy and economics to transportation, urban studies and water management.
Morningstar Direct - coming soon!
Provides data, analysis and tools for managing mutual funds, equities, EFTs, and more. Students will have access to a tool used in the workplace, and Finance professors will help the rest of us who may want to know more about our own portfolios. For the summer Morningstar Direct will be available on two Bloomberg workstations that will be set up temporarily in McQuade Library 2nd floor until their move to the new Business School building. Web access for Morningstar will be rolled out later this summer.
The "Coding with Robots: From Kindergarten to Career" workshop held on Wednesday, 4/26, co-sponsored by McQuade Library, the Merrimack Institute for New Teacher Support (MINTS), and the Kappa Delta Pi Education Honors Society, was a huge success! Over 60 Merrimack students, alumni, colleagues, as well as local teachers and members of local school districts, met Root - a robot that brings coding to life for all ages! Presenters and Root developers Shay Pokress and Raphael Cherney discussed the importance of introducing computer science and coding into K-12 classrooms. Participants enjoyed a hands-on experience with Root and its connecting software!
This workshop was made possible through McQuade Library's STEMsmart grant, with federal funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.
Librarian Catherine Wong received a scholarship supported by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine- New England Region to attend workshops at Tufts University School of Medicine on Plain Language for Health. She was able to bring elements of her three days of training back to Merrimack Health Science Students in Zi Yan's Public Health and Sarah Benes' Health Behavior and Promotion where she presented a mini-workshop on Plain Language for Health and MedlinePlus to help students learn to use plain language and culturally sensitive materials in their future careers in order to effectively communicate health information to audiences with literacy and language challenges.
Are you looking for the latest Boston Globe, Herald, New York Times or Wall Street Journal? Or perhaps the Chronicle of Higher Education, the Economist, Minerva, or Pilot. Relax and expand your mind in our new News Nook on McQuade's second floor.
The Media Center is closed for the summer. It will reopen in a brand new space in Cushing in the fall. Kevin Salemme can be found in O’Reilly Hall 414 for the summer–he can be reached at x5377 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What have been some of the most positive aspects of this job for you?
I would say the most positive aspect of this job has been getting to work with, and for, some of the kindest most caring people that I have ever known. I have made so many friends while working here and I even consider many of my coworkers and supervisors to be like family.
One of this summer’s many building and relocation projects is a renovated space for the Academic Success Center on the 3rd floor of McQuade. The collections currently shelved there will be moved to other parts of the building, including a refurbished lower level. The books have been packed into boxes while the construction is underway. We anticipate regaining full access to the books in the last week of June. In the meantime, librarians can help you obtain needed materials digitally or through interlibrary loan–please don’t hesitate to contact us with your requests. Call your favorite librarian, or email us at email@example.com.
Beginning May 22, library hours will be Mon-Thurs 8:30am – 7:00pm, Fri 8:30am – 4:30pm, closed weekends. We will also be closed Memorial Day, July 3 & 4, and Fridays from June 16 through August 11. Click to view the McQuade Daily Calendar or call the library at 978-837-5215 with questions.
Did you know that Merrimack has a campus subscription to Chronicle.com? On campus you can go to Chronicle.com and read articles and share. Register with your Merrimack email address and you will be able to log into the Chronicle on and off campus, on a mobile device or computer, as well as sign up for email alerts. If you have questions, contact your favorite librarian or Mcquade@merrimack.edu.
During Social Justice Week the McQuade Library welcomed over 60 faculty, staff, and student participants to our first ever Human Library Event!
The Human Library is an international event dedicated to breaking down stereotypes and prejudice through conversation. Throughout the afternoon, members of the Merrimack community engaged with individuals who shared their stories, experience, and insights.
Senior, Sue Ung, sharing her story with fellow students.
Librarian Michaela Keating engaging in dialog with students listening to her story.
Sophomore international student, Luis Bartolomeu, sharing a laugh with a graduate student.
Librarian Kadie Turcotte keeping the human book list up to date.
Librarians Michaela Keating and Catherine Wong presented at the North of Boston Library Exchange collections program in May. Michaela demonstrated how to use YouCanBook.Me to schedule appointments and CJ presented on Plain Language for Health and MedlinePlus.
McQuade Library has partnered with Farmer Dave's to provide sustainably grown and local fruits and vegetables to the Merrimack Community. Vegetable shares are available in small and large sizes and fruit shares are also available. The full season is 20 weeks, but you can sign up throughout the season. Contact Librarian C.J. Wong at McQuade if you are looking to share a share. If you are ready for a convenient way to get your produce then visit Farmer Dave's CSA page!
Also, check out Bill Gates' recommendation for all recent graduates:
Civil Engineering Professor Cynthia Carlson is into Citizen Science and so are we! See this article on her project documenting campus life using photos and check out McQuade's Citizen Science books below.