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Literature Reviews – Great Research Starts Here

Grad Student Orientation, build your academic profile, format your thesis . . .

JSTOR: Learn More

JSTOR, a key resource in humanities and social sciences, offers short training videos on a number of topics, including advanced search techniques and how to set up alerts for new articles in your area(s) of interest. Most videos are fewer than 5 minutes long. Frequent JSTOR users should definitely have a look.

Graduate Student Workshops in a Day: Wednesday, February 22

Discover | Gather | Create | Share Graduate Student Workshops in a Day:  Koerner Library, Wednesday, February 22 We’ve chosen a day during reading week to offer eight of our most popular workshops for graduate students and any interested faculty, instructors, post-docs or RA’s. See a complete list of workshops here, or browse the listings […]

Living Books About Life: LiviBL

If you’ve ever wondered about the future of the book, have a look at these: “Living Books About Life is a series of curated, open access books about life — with life understood both philosophically and biologically — which provide a bridge between the humanities and the sciences. Produced by a globally-distributed network of writers […]

Library Workshops for Undergraduates @ Koerner

Koerner Library is offering three workshops over the next month especially for undergraduates in humanities and social sciences.  Currently, we’re offering two sessions of each: one in the computer lab in Koerner Library and one online.  Full details and registration here. Introduction to the Library for Humanities and Social Sciences Students Sept 20th at noon       […]

Congressional Quarterly

A new subscription to US government information from Congressional Quarterly is now available. Check it out at http://resources.library.ubc.ca/1682. Included: online subscription to CQ Weekly, floor votes, congressional transcripts, and committee coverage.

New eJournal – Sibirica

Looking for a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal on Russia in the Asia-Pacific region, including the vast territories of Siberia and the Russian Far East? We now have online access to the journal Sibirica from Spring 2002 to the current issue. This interdisciplinary journal publishes articles, research reports, conference and book reviews on Siberian history, politics, economics, […]

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