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UBC alumnus Lindsay Wong shares the writing process behind new memoir.

by michelle blackwell on December 6, 2018

Wong reflects on the process of writing her book The Woo-Woo: How I Survived Ice Hockey, Drug Raids, Demons, and My Crazy Chinese Family and her experience at UBC Library.

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Koerner Library

Digital Scholarship Librarian Koerner Library, UBC Library | Vancouver Campus Full-Time, Ongoing

by Anna Moorhouse on December 3, 2018

The Digital Scholarship Librarian establishes and develops a dynamic, multifaceted program that addresses the growing demand for digital arts, humanities and social sciences partnerships and support on campus.

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IKBLC 24/7 Study Hours

24/7 hours at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre

by Katya Roxas on November 28, 2018

From December 2 to 18, the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre will be open 24 hours a day to accommodate students and their study schedules.

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UBC Library awarded CANARIE Research Data Management funding

by Anna Moorhouse on November 27, 2018

UBC Library has been named as a successful recipient for the Research Data Management (RDM) funding call from CANARIE, a non-profit corporation that supports research, education and innovation in Canada.

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Learn about ORCID at UBC from November 29-30

by Anna Moorhouse on November 21, 2018

From November 29 to 30, UBC Library will be hosting information tables to highlight ORCID, a new tool that helps manage research publications and activities.

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From Open Collections to Art: Local artists use UBC Collections to inspire calendar celebrating Chinatown’s history

by michelle blackwell on November 16, 2018

The collaborative community project highlights the local histories and individuals whose contributions have shaped the neighbourhood.

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New partnership brings original documents from the French Revolution to UBC

by michelle blackwell on November 14, 2018

Students, researchers and the wider community can now access original pamphlets from the French Revolution thanks to a partnership between UBC Library and French, Hispanic and Italian Studies.

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Education Library closed on Saturday, December 1

by Anna Moorhouse on November 13, 2018

The Education Library will be closed on Saturday, December 1 due to maintenance work going on in the Scarfe Building. Plan ahead to visit one of our other branches.

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Fall 2018 Food for Fines campaign raises $3,385.24 to support UBC students in need

by Katya Roxas on November 13, 2018

Now in its fifteenth consecutive year at UBC, the Food for Fines campaign waives $2 in Library fines for every food item donated, to a maximum of $30.

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From Open Collections to Art: Vancouver artist Hillary Webb

by michelle blackwell on November 13, 2018

Local artist and librarian uses images found in UBC Library’s open source collections to create original embroidered art.

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