Economics

Workshop – cIRcle and the Student Experience – Advancing Your Academic Career

Curious about how to get started with cIRcle, UBC’s Information Repository? Meghan Radomske, Master of Library and Information Studies Candidate and cIRcle Graduate Academic Assistant, will discuss UBC’s digital repository, cIRcle, and the benefits it offers students.  cIRcle welcomes high quality scholarly contributions  from both graduate and undergraduate students – enabling them to showcase their […]

Copyright Workshop – Issues and Implications for Teaching and Research

Upcoming workshop this Tuesday, November 23rd  on Copyright Issues and Implications: You’re writing a thesis or a journal article, or preparing to teach your course and you have questions and concerns about copyright and the ethical use of information. Come to this session and learn the basics of Canadian copyright law, apply new learning to […]

UBC GIS Users Group to meet monthly in UBC Library

This month, the UBC Library will begin hosting meetings of the newly-rekindled UBC GIS Users Group.  This group will be a gathering of students, researchers, faculty and staff on campus who work in some way with, or are interested in, geographical information systems (or science) (GIS).  The meetings will be held monthly on the last […]

RefWorks for the Arts

RefWorks is a web-based citation management tool, sponsored by the UBC Library, and available free-of-charge to UBC faculty, staff, and students. In this hands-on workshop you will create your own personal database in RefWorks, learn how to add references, and use these references when writing a paper, automatically formatting your footnotes and bibliography in the […]

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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