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Family Photographs in Open Collections

Family day is observed each year on the third Monday in February in most provinces across Canada. In British Columbia, the holiday was adopted in 2013 and was originally observed on the second Monday of February. This was the case until 2019, at which point the province moved the holiday to the third Monday of […]

Law Library Special Hours – February 2024

Feb 19Closed (Family Day)Feb 20-239 am – 5 pm

Regular hours resume Feb 24

Climate Emergency Fair: February 16

Visit UBC Library’s booth to browse climate action-related books, learn about UBC’s Seed Library and more!

A Conversation with Dr. Sharanjit Kaur Sandhra

We sat down with Dr. Sharanjit Kaur Sandhra, UBC Library EDI Scholar-in-Residence, to talk about about their work: the challenges, the highlights, and what’s up next.

Join UBC Library for an international celebration of data during Love Data Week

Join UBC Library for an international celebration of data during Love Data Week dedicated to spreading the awareness and importance of research data through a series of workshops held online between February 12th and 16th.

B.C. Historical Books Highlight – Pacific Crest Trails from Alaska to Cape Horn (1948)

CW: the book contains some outdated, racist, and derogatory language. “You rest in the forest against a form-fitting log. Your eyes are narrow pools, your mood, dreamy lassitude. Your whole body is inert but receptive. The murmur of a distant waterfall comes alive; birds twinkle, twitter, chirp, and sing; the air you breathe has a […]

UBC Library supports First Folios Compared project

UBC Library is excited to support First Folios Compared, a landmark Open Access project, by contributing the digitized version of UBC’s First Folio to a collection of digital folios from around the globe.

Download the Where the Fish Flow digital colouring book: calendar edition

Experience history and #BeautifulBC at the tip of your pencil crayons. Our new digital colouring book features illustrated fish and waterways that doubles as a calendar.

A Conversation with Hieu Pham-Fraser

We sat down with Hieu Pham-Fraser, UBC Library EDI Scholar-in-Residence, to talk about about their work: the challenges, the highlights, and what’s up next.

Discorder Retrospective: Early 2010’s Indie Music

Discorder Retrospective: Early 2010’s CiTR-FM’s Discorder Magazine has been published every month since February 1983, and UBC’s Open Collections offers complete online access to every single edition. This collection is an amazing time capsule into Vancouver’s indie music scene in any decade. This week’s blog post is for the 2010’s indie music fans. If you […]