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Museum to enhance archival collection

by michelle blackwell on March 24, 2017

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Special Collections help Vancouver Transit Police constable uncover 102-year-old murder.

by michelle blackwell on March 20, 2017

Constable Graham Walker's deep dive into our Special Collections has culminated in a provincial memorial for Charles Painter, a special constable for the BC Electric Railway who was killed in 1915.

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Double Exposure: An Exhibit of Missionary Photographs of Meiji-Taisho Japan

by Jasmine Devonshire on March 14, 2017

The Cooper Robinson collection consisting of over 4,600 photographic prints, negatives, glass lantern slides, and postcards is one of the most valuable photographic records of this era.

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Open Education Week at UBC

by michelle blackwell on March 14, 2017

  Open Education Week is a celebration of the global Open Education Movement. Its goal is to raise awareness about the movement and its impact on teaching and learning worldwide. Attend one of the many Open Education events at UBC and UBC Library throughout March.  Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thons     Date & Location: […]

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For the love of the library

by Jasmine Devonshire on March 10, 2017

“We live in an electronic world, but there is nothing like the hands-on experience of interacting with materials from the 13th and 15th century.”

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Citizen archive project receives award

by michelle blackwell on March 9, 2017

The Prince George Newspapers Digitization Project was honoured with the Jeanne Clarke local history award for service at the Bob Harkins branch of the Prince George Public Library.

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Reimagining Libraries in Vancouver

by michelle blackwell on March 9, 2017

Vancouver Trending: Books, seeds, tools, even humans are able to be borrowed from a variety of libraries in the Lower Mainland

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Arthur J. Ray wins 2017 Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize

by michelle blackwell on March 9, 2017

University of British Columbia professor emeritus Arthur J. Ray is the winner of this year’s Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize for Aboriginal Rights Claims and the Making and Remaking of History.

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Arthur J. Ray wins the 2017 Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize for his examination of Aboriginal land claims litigation

by michelle blackwell on March 8, 2017

UBC Professor Emeritus Arthur J. Ray wins the 2017 Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize for Aboriginal Rights Claims and the Making and Remaking of History.

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