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Due to the ongoing pandemic, the library is currently closed. However, remote access to the computers in the Data Lab, in order to make use of the software, is available.
Detail on access are available here. You will need to connect via the VPN, before accessing the AnyDesk service. Once there, select "McLennan 237A (EDRS Lab). You can see what software is available on each computer by clicking that device (some have more options than others, such as the stations that have NVivo).
McGill Library holds an extensive collection of geospatial information resources, including over print maps, historical air photos, orthophotos, satellite imagery, and spatial data sets. Coverage is worldwide, with an emphasis on the greater Montreal region, Quebec, and Canada.
Geoindex is an excellent starting point for McGill users to find Geospatial data, including cadastral data, administrative regions, historical maps, and much more.