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Open Scholarship in Practice 2020

by Anna Moorhouse on October 26, 2020

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New Downtown Eastside Research Access Portal takes collaborative approach to Open Access

by Anna Moorhouse on October 22, 2020

The DTES RAP provides access to research and research-related materials relevant to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside through an easy-to-use public interface.

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UBC Library helps faculty and instructors publish open textbooks for their courses

by Anna Moorhouse on October 21, 2020

Creating an open textbook is no simple task, but for some faculty and instructors, it’s the best solution when the resources they need for their courses don’t exist.

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Dr. Susan E. Parker elected to the Association of Research Libraries’ Board of Directors

by michelle blackwell on October 16, 2020

Dr. Susan E. Parker, UBC's University Librarian, is the only representative from a Canadian institution on the board. She will serve a three-year term until 2023.

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The UBC Library Research Commons helps researchers build core skills for digital scholarship

by Anna Moorhouse on October 15, 2020

The UBC Library Research Commons at Koerner Library is at the forefront of a digital scholarship renaissance at UBC, with Digital Scholarship Librarian Eka Grguric contributing to a slew of new workshops and initiatives.

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Prof-in-Commons Virtual Coffee Chat

by Anna Moorhouse on October 12, 2020

Join us on October 21 for another coffee chat with Dr. Robyn Pitman about connecting with your professors.

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UBC Library blog series explores personal archives of archivists, librarians and library staff

by Anna Moorhouse on October 8, 2020

In a new blog series created by Rare Books and Special Collections (RBSC), archivists, librarians and library staff share items from their personal collections of documents, books and ephemera.

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Open Access Week runs October 19-25

by michelle blackwell on October 7, 2020

RSVP for events and learn more about what Open Access, Open Education and Open Research mean for researchers, students and faculty.

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UBC Library users now have remote access to 4 labs with more than 80 computer workstations

by michelle blackwell on September 23, 2020

Access to workstations, which include PCs and Macs, is critical to those who require specialized software and high-performing machines to pursue their research.

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Research Data Management Fall Series

by Anna Moorhouse on September 15, 2020

In this new workshop series, explore practical skills to help you meet Tri-Council Agency requirements, organize your lab, and maintain control of your data.

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