January 2014

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Call for Paper Proposals: “I Will Be Myself”: Identity in Children’s and Young Adult Literature, Media and Culture.

IWillBeMyselfPoster Call for Paper Proposals Deadline for submission: February 1st, 2014 A peer-reviewed graduate student conference on children’s literature with keynote speaker Dr. Phillip Serrato University of British Columbia Saturday, May 3, 2014 “I Will Be Myself”: Identity in Children’s and Young Adult Literature, Media and Culture is a one-day conference showcasing graduate student research […]

Call For Papers: Indigenous Special Issue – Cataloging & Classification Quarterly

Guest editors, Cheryl Metoyer and Ann Doyle, invite contributions to an Indigenous Special Issue of Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. This special issue aims to engage an international and interdisciplinary dialogue about Indigenous approaches to cataloguing and classification.  It includes theoretical and applied research that examines processes of representing and organizing documents or their resultant products […]

Enrollment Information for LIBR 579G: Introduction to Archives for Librarians [MLIS Students]

Notice for MLIS students: LIBR 579G: Introduction to Archives for Librarians is still accepting new students and has not yet held its first class meeting. The first meeting is next Wednesday, January 15, at 2pm. Students in the MLIS program should be aware that LIBR 579G is a prerequisite to LIBR 539H: Personal Archives. The […]

Reminder: Student Leadership Conference, Jan 11th

The Learning Centre is once again pleased to be a major venue for the annual UBC Student Leadership Conference. The event will be held this coming Saturday, January 11th. This year’s theme is “be infinite”.   As noted on the website approximately 1,300 people will attend. Most of them will be in the Learning Centre […]

Application to Transfer to Dual Program Deadline – February 1

This is a reminder for students who are interested in transferring from the MAS or MLIS program to the Dual MAS/MLIS Program that applications are due by February 1, 2014. Details regarding the application process can be found at the following link: RequestTransferToDual Any questions can be directed to Dan Slessor, Student Services Coordinator, at […]

International Educational Technology Conference 2014 IETC 2014 – CHICAGO, USA

INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE IETC 2014 CHICAGO – USA 3-5 September 2014   Call for papers IETC 2014 seeks a diverse and comprehensive program covering all areas of educational technology. The program includes a wide range of activities designed to facilitate the exchange of expertise, experience, and resources with colleagues. These include keynote and invited […]

Placement opportunities (ARST 596) with the Vancouver Art Gallery and Vancouver School Board [MAS, Dual Students]

Several Professional Experience projects are available that require MAS or Dual student to begin work as soon as possible. Most urgently, the Vancouver Art Gallery is looking for a student to assist in archiving the Gallery’s rich philanthropic history. Full details of the VAG posting can be found here. Another project available for MAS and […]

Tandem UBC Language Exchange Program

Tandem UBC Language Exchange Program Want to improve your Spanish? Your English? Your Arabic? Your Mandarin? The Tandem UBC Language Exchange Program pairs you with someone at UBC who speaks this language and who wants to improve in a language that you speak. The registration deadline is Thursday Midnight, January 16th, 2014. No teaching experience […]

Problems logging into Connect [ALL STUDENTS]

Dear Students, We are aware that some students are having problems logging into Connect. Here is the information we have received from the Faculty of Arts: The workaround/fix for people seeing this error message is to clear out their Cookies and Cache in their web browser as login/authentication service that Connect uses to validate their […]

The Robert Munsch Award

Robert Munsch is an enormously successful children’s writer and Canada’s best-selling author. He has published more than 50 individual titles, and his books have sold many millions of copies in more than a dozen languages. Robert Munsch makes his home in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, a small university city about an hour from Toronto. He is […]

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