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All your Credentials are Belong to Us: On Insecure WPA2-Enterprise Configurations

All your Credentials are Belong to Us: On Insecure WPA2-Enterprise Configurations

MLIS student, Kin Man Leung, is one of the authors of a recent study that has found the majority of manual instructions provided by Universities lead to insecure Wi-Fi configurations.

Threads Series

Threads Series

Learn more about other UBC iSchool students’ research interests in a low-pressure and fun way on this student-run and supported speakers series.

Master of Arts in Children’s Literature Info Session

Master of Arts in Children’s Literature Info Session

We are pleased to invite you to join our upcoming online info session to learn more about the Master of Arts in Children’s Literature (MACL).

University Archives receives extensive collection of photographs and records from UBC Athletics & Recreation

University Archives receives extensive collection of photographs and records from UBC Athletics & Recreation

The records include nearly 8,000 photographs and textual records and span a century from approximately 1915 to 2015.

Website Renewal Pre-launch Survey

Website Renewal Pre-launch Survey

We are currently reviewing what your experiences have been with our website and are seeking your feedback! Please complete this survey before November 30.

The Librarian is in (the DTES)

The Librarian is in (the DTES)

What is an academic librarian doing in the Downtown Eastside? Find out how MLIS alum Nick Ubels and UBC Learning Exchange are connecting with community organizations and residents in the DTES.

MLIS Alum Simon Neame recently named Dean of UW Libraries

MLIS Alum Simon Neame recently named Dean of UW Libraries

Congratulations to former Director of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and dedicated Adjunct Instructor Simon Neame on this new position!

MLIS Curriculum review: student feedback session

MLIS Curriculum review: student feedback session

UBC iSchool students are invited to provide feedback on the MLIS curriculum as input to an internal curriculum review currently underway.

Survey: Retention of Racialized Academic Librarians in the U.S. and Canada

Survey: Retention of Racialized Academic Librarians in the U.S. and Canada

This is an invitation for academic librarians that identify as racialized or members of the BIPOC community to participate in this survey related to retention.