Computer workstations are available 24/7 in all MUHC Libraries. All have Internet access and Microsoft Office software. They are available for MUHC staff, for McGill residents, researchers and students, for stagiaires and for CEGEP nursing students.
EndNote, a citation management program, allows users to collect and organize references from databases (Medline via PubMed or Ovid, CINAHL, etc) and other sources, and insert them into manuscripts as properly formatted citations.
Endnote is available on several of the public computers at the MGH and Glen libraries, and on all computers at the Neuro Library.
EndNote training sessions are regularly offered by the MUHC Libraries.
Access to Electronic Resources
Off-site access: MUHC employees can access the Medical Libraries’ electronic resources on their personal computer, tablet or phone from home or anywhere else! For more information click here.
Electronic resources provided by and licensed to McGill University require an active McGill credential. They can be accessed through MUHC-networked computers as well as the McGill University wireless network. Consult library staff for details on accessing them.
Two wireless networks CUSM-MUHC-PUBLIC and CUSM-MUHC.MCGILL.CA, can be accessed in several locations throughout the hospitals, including the MGH and the Glen libraries.
McGill Staff and students should access e-resources through the McGill wireless network (cusm-muhc.mcgill.ca). Authentification with a valid McGill username and password is required.
Visitors and non-McGill hospital staff should use the network CUSM-MUHC-PUBLIC. A user name and password are available on site.
There is no dedicated CUSM-MUHC wifi network at the Neuro. MUHC employees should consult the Neuro Library or the security desk for temporary access to a wifi network provided by McGill University.
There is no wifi at the AMI.