Islamic Library Channel New Frequency 2021 on Eutelsat 7B at 7.0°E
The holdings of the Islamic Studies Library, a branch of the McGill University Library, stand together with those of the Robarts Library of the University of Toronto as the premier library resources in Canada for research on the Islamic world, and indeed, among the most important collections in North America.
Islamic Library Channel New Frequency 2021
|Channel :||Islamic Library Channel|
|Satellite :||Eutelsat 7B at 7.0°E|
|Frequency :||10887 H 30000|
|System :||DVB-S2 8PSK MPEG-4|
The Islamic Studies library was founded, along with the McGill University Institute of Islamic Studies, in 1952. It has grown from a modest departmental library to a respectable library of approximately 150,000 volumes covering the whole of Islamic civilization. The library is located in Morrice Hall, designed by John J. Browne, and built in 1882.