Archives by date

You are browsing the site archives by date.

Meet the CAPAL Student Committee

Meet the CAPAL Student Committee

Join this session to learn more about the Canadian Association of Professional and Academic Librarians (CAPAL) and how to re-start a CAPAL Student Chapter at UBC.

Lay Summaries Workshop Series

Lay Summaries Workshop Series

This two-part workshop series offers opportunities to increase the visibility and accessibility of research, develop your plain language writing skills and invite public dialogue.

Password Managers: How to create and keep track of strong passwords for multiple accounts

Password Managers: How to create and keep track of strong passwords for multiple accounts

In this Digital Tattoo blog post, MLIS student Dana Svitavsky talks about what password managers are and how to ensure all your passwords are safe and accessible.

Apply for the UBC iSchool Graduating Awards

Apply for the UBC iSchool Graduating Awards

Students who will graduate in November 2021 are invited to apply for the iSchool Graduating Awards from now until Sunday, November 28.

Opportunity for iSchool Students: Historical Children’s Literature Research and Content Development

Opportunity for iSchool Students: Historical Children’s Literature Research and Content Development

Students will work with historical children’s literature, engaging in tasks such as curate and annotate digitized 19th Century chapbooks and other materials.

Expanding the BC Historical Newspapers Collection

Expanding the BC Historical Newspapers Collection

Learn more about MASLIS student Laura Moberg and her experience researching and evaluating newspaper titles for inclusion as a co-op student with UBC Library Digital Initiatives.

Fact vs. Fiction: How Universities are Helping to Curb the Spread of Digital Misinformation

Fact vs. Fiction: How Universities are Helping to Curb the Spread of Digital Misinformation

In this Digital Tattoo blog post, MLIS graduate Mary Sim analyzes different initiatives established by higher education institutions to promote digital literacy.

Voices of Color and the Scholarly Record

Voices of Color and the Scholarly Record

Join this IBPOC Voices Speaker Series talk to learn more about the libraries’ responsibility in centring excluded voices and stories of communities of colour in scholarly communication.

Three iSchool Doctoral Students accepted into the UBC Public Scholars Initiative

Three iSchool Doctoral Students accepted into the UBC Public Scholars Initiative

Congratulations to PhD students Bri Watson, Hoda Amal Hamouda and Michelle Kaczmarek on being accepted into this UBC G+PS program.

FNCC Student Focus Group: Reciprocity and the First Nations Curriculum Concentration

FNCC Student Focus Group: Reciprocity and the First Nations Curriculum Concentration

FNCC students are invited to participate in a focus group to discuss reciprocity in the concentration and opportunities for re-envisioning what the FNCC could be like in the future.