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March FIREtalk: Language Arts And Sciences

FIREtalks are Facilitated Interdisciplinary Research Exchanges for graduate students. The March FIREtalk theme is language. There are innumerable ways to study language, and a good many of those ways are being pursued at UBC: from investigating children’s development of language, to examining dyslexia and recovery from stroke, to studying how meaning is made in endangered […]

2015 Edition Now Available

The 2015 edition of the International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioural Sciences, edited by James Wright is now available. From the publisher’s description: The long-awaited new edition provides this foundational, interdisciplinary knowledge through discussions on history, current trends and future directions for each of the subjects. Both its format and integrated chapters encourage discovery, […]

GIS Day

Today is International Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day!

It’s a day to celebrate GIS by showcasing GIS uses and benefits and building the GIS community. For those of you who are unaware, UBC Libraries supports GIS in a number of ways by: Employing a Data & GIS Librarian (Kelly Schultz) and a Data/GIS Analyst (Paul Lesack) who can provide various GIS assistance, including […]

Join us at Cinema Salon

12:00 Noon |Thursday, November 26 | Room 216, Koerner Library

Resources for researchers

There’s a Research Guide for every discipline and research area at UBC. Each Guide includes links to background information, discipline-specific databases and journals, key reference books, primary sources, etc.: a great place to start your research or learn about new resources.    

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