cIRcle is the University of British Columbia's digital repository for research and teaching materials created by the UBC community and its partners. Materials in cIRcle are openly accessible to anyone on the web, and will be preserved for future generations. Learn more.
Photo courtesy: Pixabay #OpenAccessWeek Following another exciting year of the open access movement – “International Open Access Week 2018: Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge” headlining as this year’s theme, it is nice to share some highlights which took place here and abroad: @ubclibrary – Creating and Managing Your Academic Profile […]
In celebration of open access and its global impact for over a decade, UBC and SFU will be participating in the 2018 International Open Access Week event during October 22-28, 2018. Throughout UBC’s 2018 Open Access Week event, scholars will showcase and discuss their innovative research, teaching and learning skills and experiences […]
It is a pleasure to announce the release of cIRcle, UBC’s Research Repository Impact and Activity Report for 2017-2018! In 2017-2018, cIRcle reached another milestone of over 60,000 items and saw an increase of its annual growth rate from 8% in previous years to 10%. This report highlights’ include a sampling […]
Photo courtesy of Pixabay In the News: Locally, Nationally, and Internationally Knowledge Unlatched books now discoverable within PaperHive Search http://knowledgeunlatched.org/2018/07/paperhive-collection/ Recent documents digitized through the DigiLab at Library and Archives Canada https://thediscoverblog.com/2018/07/19/recent-documents-digitized-through-the-digilab-2/ Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN) takes a stand against language-based pricing https://www.crkn-rcdr.ca/index.php/en/crkn-stands-against-language-based-pricing-recent-negotiation A visit to the CBC […]
Last year, UBC Library joined its partners (SFU, BCIT, KPU and Douglas College) in organizing a series of free events for Science Literacy Week and created a Library Guide to Science Literacy Week too. In previous years, UBC Library celebrated Science Literacy Week along with 140+ organizations across Canada and hosted a Wikipedia edit-a-thon, […]