In case you missed it, this September marks some new and exciting changes happening with a few UBC Library services and redesigned spaces for UBC students, faculty and the community.
While some services changes are already in effect (or getting underway) at the Walter C. Koerner Library as mentioned in an earlier cIRcle blog post, the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre is also undergoing some of its own changes.
The Chapman Learning Commons in the Irving K. Barber Learning will feature a new UBC Library multi-service desk along with other service offerings such as the AMS Tutoring and Peer Academic Coaching services.
More information about construction dates and temporary moves of the UBC Library Reference services are available at: library.ubc.ca.
Did You Know?
On March 18 2010, the Faculty of Graduate Studies Council endorsed a new single structure and format to be followed for UBC theses and dissertations. To learn more,
visit the UBC Faculty of Graduate Studies website at: https://www.grad.ubc.ca/current-students/dissertation-thesis-preparation/structure-ubc-theses-dissertations. To browse current and retrospective UBC theses and dissertations, visit cIRcle at: https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/2.
Above image is courtesy of the UBC Library website