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Congratulations iSchool’s Student to CLA Award Winner Nicole Askin

We are pleased to announce this year’s iSchool’s Student to CLA award winner: Nicole Askin. Congratulations, Nicole! The Student to CLA award is co-sponsored by CLA and the iSchool@UBC and is intended to enable a student to attend the annual CLA Conference. This year’s conference will be held in Ottawa in early June. Participating students […]

From the UBC Library: seeking students for Open Access focus group

UBC Library invites faculty and graduate students to participates in focus group about open access publishing and funding models. Researchers from the University of Tennessee are meeting with graduate students and faculty members from four universities: UBC, the University of California, Harvard, and Ohio State University. The research is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon […]

CFP: CAML/ACBM Conference, June 3-5, 2015

The Canadian Association of Music Libraries’ annual conference is June 3-5, 2015. Information about the Call for Papers, along with awards for first time attenders and first time presenters, can be found on our new website (which is still in beta):

NDSR DC Application Period Open

The Library of Congress, Office of Strategic Initiatives and the Institute of Museum and Library Services are pleased to announce the official open call for applications for the 2015 National Digital Stewardship Residency, to be held in the Washington, D.C. area. Interested candidates may apply to the program now through January 30, 2015. To apply, […]

Time is almost up! Submit Your Proposal for the BC Library Conference!

Just a quick reminder…the British Columbia Library Association and the Conference Planning Committee invite you to submit proposals for the 2015 BC Library Conference taking place in Richmond, BC from May 20th to 22nd 2015. THERE ARE ONLY EIGHT DAYS LEFT TO SUBMIT A PROPOSAL!!! Please submit your proposal before noon on Wednesday December 10th. […]

Dean of Arts Research Seminar – Robert Gibbs: “Ideas Of The Future University”

Dr. Robert B. Gibbs, Director of the Jackman Humanities Institute and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto, will give a talk: “Ideas of the future university” on Monday December 1, 2014 from 4:00 to 5:00pm in the Multipurpose Room of the Liu Institute for Global Issues. To see poster, go to: RobertGibbs_GuestLecturerPoster[3]  

SLAIS MLIS Student Member of Winning Team in ASIS&T Design Competition

In the Student Design Competition, Team Disaster Box, featuring iSchool MLIS student Krista Parham, with Kenyon Crowley, and Zachary Frazier took First Prize. Prompted with designing for information needs in crisis, this team presented a concept for a decentralized, resilient, parallel Internet network with an integrated social media platform to be deployed in the event […]

Royal Expert Panels Report

Since the 1950s debate has raged about the impact of new technologies on print culture in the broadest sense and on the publishing industry, libraries, and archives in particular. Succinctly put, “The Death of the Book” has been both proclaimed and denied. Meanwhile, notions of what constitutes a library or an archive have been challenged […]

UBC Thrive, November 3-7, 2014

UBC Thrive, November 3-7, 2014, is a week dedicated to building and celebrating the positive mental health of UBC faculty, staff and students.

Flu Vaccination

As part of the Influenza Immunization Program, UBC will offer free influenza vaccinations (flu shots) for UBC staff, faculty and students throughout November. Clinics will be held at convenient locations/times across UBC Vancouver (Point Grey) Campus from November 4-27. Vaccinations will be available while supplies last. Please take the time to learn more and register […]

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