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Congratulations to the 2020 UBC iSchool Student Awards Winners!

Congratulations to the 2020 UBC iSchool Student Awards Winners!

Our warmest congratulations to the winners of this year’s UBC iSchool Student Awards!

Congratulations UBC iSchool Fall 2020 graduates!

Congratulations UBC iSchool Fall 2020 graduates!

The iSchool hosted its second Virtual Graduation Ceremony on Tuesday, November 24. Faculty and staff, students, families, and friends joined this online gathering to celebrate our graduates.

Dr. Heather O’Brien named Leader in Open Learning at UBC

Dr. Heather O’Brien named Leader in Open Learning at UBC

This distinction recognizes UBC faculty and staff members and their efforts to support affordable and inclusive access to learning materials.

UBC iSchool Virtual Town Hall 4.0

UBC iSchool Virtual Town Hall 4.0

Students are invited to join our next student-focused Town Hall on Friday, December 11. This is an opportunity to engage with faculty, staff and LASSA presidents and to address any questions or concerns.

Concept of teamwork: Close-Up of hands business team showing unity with putting their hands together.

ACA@UBC First-Year Mentoring Event

This Friday, November 20, join this session for first-year students and connect with other iSchool students to hear their experiences and answer any questions you may have.

MLIS alumnus Chris Stephenson receives 2020 BCLA Intellectual Freedom Award

MLIS alumnus Chris Stephenson receives 2020 BCLA Intellectual Freedom Award

This award recognizes their work and efforts in organizing the first Drag Queen Story Time at the Okanagan Regional Library’s downtown Kelowna branch.

To Look with Love: Emerging Themes on Records and Grief Work

To Look with Love: Emerging Themes on Records and Grief Work

This talk will present the findings of Dr. Jennifer Douglas’s ongoing research project “Conceptualizing Recordkeeping as Grief Work: Implications for Archival Theory and Practice.” (Friday November 13)

Cataloguing Culture

Cataloguing Culture

Dr. Turner’s new book examines how colonialism operates in museum bureaucracies and how categories were applied to ethnographic material culture and became routine throughout federal collecting institutions.

Dr. Abdul-Mageed receives CFI grants for Deep Learning Research Infrastructure

Dr. Abdul-Mageed receives CFI grants for Deep Learning Research Infrastructure

These CFI funds provide researchers with the highly specialized infrastructure they need to be leaders in their field.