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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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.
By michelle blackwell on December 6, 2016
This year’s UBC Library and Alma Mater Student Society Food for Fines Campaign raised a total of $3,600.00.
Five cohorts of Indigitization project participants unite for inaugural Indigitization Futures Forum at UBC
By Clare Yow on November 8, 2016
The Indigitization project brought past program participants together in June 2016 to discuss digitization practices and Indigenous knowledge in communities. The article appears in Issue 4 of BCLA Perspectives.
By Library Communications on May 27, 2013
For the past nine years, UBC Library and UBC’s Alma Mater Student Society (AMS) have run the Food for Fines campaign
By Jessica Woolman on August 30, 2012
The Summer 2012 issue of Connects is available – find out about our community engagement efforts, digitization initiatives, student learning support and more.
By Glenn Drexhage on July 19, 2011
The Summer 2011 issue of Connects newsletter provides a look at highlights from the past year. Find out about the latest developments regarding the B.C. History Digitization Program, the Small Business Accelerator, the Chapman Learning Commons and more. View other UBC Library publications online.