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Communicating Research: User Engagement and Comprehension of Video Abstracts

March 7, 2022

MLIS student Alice Li is looking for participants for this pilot study about user engagement and comprehension with research videos.

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Dr. Hannah Turner receives 2021 Labrecque-Lee Book Award

February 28, 2022

The prize recognizes her book "Cataloguing Culture" and its valuable insight into the history of anthropology and its complicity in the dispossession of Indigenous peoples in North America.

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Unkweusultineg Protecting Self & Community: Indigenous Activism & Safety in the Digital World

February 25, 2022

In this Digital Tattoo blog post, MLIS student Taya Jardine talks about the history of Indigenous activism online and digital safety tips.

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UBC iSchool Town Hall 8.0

February 24, 2022

Students are invited to join this student-focused Town Hall to engage in conversation with faculty, staff and LASSA presidents and address any questions or concerns.

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UBC iSchool Student Conference Travel Fund

February 24, 2022

The UBC iSchool Student Conference Travel Fund is to support student travel to conferences. The application deadline is Monday, February 28.

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GAA Opportunity: MLIS Curriculum Review

February 24, 2022

UBC iSchool students are invited to apply for this part-time Graduate Academic Assistant position to assist Dr. Luanne Sinnamon in the MLIS Curriculum Review process.

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Upcoming Colloquia: CEDaR and Relational Technologies

February 16, 2022

Join Dr. David Gaertner and Dr. Daisy Rosenblum for a presentation of the CEDaR space, a CFI-funded lab at UBC within the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies.

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Designing for People (DFP) Grad Training Program

February 2, 2022

The DFP CREATE Program invites UBC iSchool PhD and Masters’ candidates to apply for their Fall 2022 cohort.

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IBPOC Speaker Series

January 25, 2022

This talk will address anti-Black racism in archival records by providing methods on how to create inclusive descriptions, minimize harm, and develop a critical mindset for understanding the impact of descriptive and access practices.

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William Shakespeare’s First Folio published in 1623 gifted to UBC Library

January 20, 2022

The texts, edited by Shakespeare’s close friends, fellow writers and actors, are considered the most authoritative of all early printings.

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