By michelle blackwell on April 6, 2017
An endowment established by UBC’s class of 1932 is funding the Library’s annual contribution to Knowledge Unlatched, an Open Access scholarly ebook platform.
One of Canada’s most esteemed conservation scientists, Mary-Lou Florian, makes her most recent book available through UBC’s Open Collections
By michelle blackwell on October 24, 2016
Mary-Lou Florian, one of Canada’s most esteemed conservation scientists, has made her new book, Comparative Anatomy of Branches, Roots and Wood of Some North American Dicotyledonous and Coniferous Trees and Woody Shrubs Used in Ethnographic Artifacts: Identification and Conservation Concerns available through UBC’s cIRcle Digital Repository.
By michelle blackwell on October 17, 2016
UBC Alum and Kiip Co-Founder Brian Wong shares his tips for success and his favourite reads while at UBC.
By michelle blackwell on August 30, 2016
We spoke with Shannon about the extensive research she does for her books and how UBC Library and Collections have played a crucial role.
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By Andrea Coutts on May 15, 2014
Celebrate Asian Heritage month and explore our community connections in the latest issue of UBC Library’s e-newsletter.
By Glenn Drexhage on July 13, 2010
The latest instalment of “From the Archives” is now available in the Grad Gazette, a monthly e-newsletter published by UBC Alumni Affairs. “From the Archives” is a regular feature provided by UBC Library that highlights noteworthy aspects of UBC’s history. This latest piece, written by Archivist Erwin Wodarczak, examines the UBC Book of Remembrance. You […]