Projects in cIRcle


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Projects

Projects: UBC Faculty & Staff can now use the cIRcle Item Submission Form to upload up to five items to cIRcle and complete our Non-exclusive Distribution License which includes a Creative Commons license. cIRcle staff will archive your work and provide you with a persistent link within 3-5 business days.

The following sections highlight just a few of the many exciting collection projects featured in cIRcle. For an exhaustive list, you can browse the database by all cIRcle collections or use the Open Collections search to narrow your results.

Current

Current: cIRcle has numerous development and content recruitment projects underway. Visit our home page circle.ubc.ca or follow us on Twitter @cIRcle_UBC to learn more about what we are working on.

You can also review the cIRcle Submissions page to learn more about how to get your research into cIRcle. This list represents a small sample of the projects currently underway.

From the Ground Up

We are excited to be working with the project team for From the Ground Up Project: Buddhism and East Asian Religions to provide open access to textual and related evidence that supports the project's aim to create a global network of institutions and scholars to allow researchers to access, record, and interpret material in ways that would otherwise be impossible.

TRIUMF: Canada's national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics

TRIUMF (TRI-University Meson Facility) is "one of the world’s leading subatomic physics laboratories. It brings together dedicated physicists and interdisciplinary talent, sophisticated technical resources, and commercial partners in a way that has established the laboratory as a global model of success. Its large user community is composed of international teams of scientists, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate and undergraduate students". Explore cIRcle's collection of more than 100 TRIUMF Annual Reports and Technical Reports 1967 - 2016.

BioMed Central

UBC faculty authored content in BioMed Central is harvested to provide centralized, permanent access to UBC open access published scholarly works via cIRcle and the SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) protocol. This project supports cIRcle’s mandate to showcase and preserve UBC’s unique intellectual output.

Completed

Completed: This list represents a small sample of the completed and ongoing projects at cIRcle. Click on the project title to view the collection in cIRcle.

Sechelt Dictionary

Written by Ronald C. Beaumont in consultation with the Sechelt Indian Band, the Sechelt Dictionary (English-Sechelt and Sechelt-English) is part of an ongoing effort to preserve a knowledge of this language and to encourage a revival of its use by present and future generations of Sechelt people.

ICASP12 – The 12th International Conference on Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering

ICASP12 – The 12th International Conference on Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering and its proceedings showcase full-text, peer reviewed abstracts and papers consisting of research that 'plays a vital role in modelling the uncertainties, evaluating the risks, and identifying good decisions' in construction and engineering projects worldwide. This conference was held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia on July 12-15, 2015.

EESD15 – The Seventh International Conference on Engineering Education for Sustainable Development

EESD15 – The Seventh International Conference on Engineering Education for Sustainable Development and its theme on Professional Breadth and Technical Depth – Cultivating the T-Shaped Engineer feature the 'sharing of best practices in pedagogy innovation, curriculum re-design and assessment, community engagement in engineering education, student development, and more'. This conference was held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia on June 9-12, 2015.

Health Services and Policy Research (CHSPR), Centre for

The Centre for Health Services and Policy Research (CHSPR) is an independent research centre based in the School of Population and Public Health of the University of British Columbia with the mission of stimulating scientific enquiry into health system performance, equity and sustainability. While actively participating in various policy-making forums and are regularly called upon to provide policy advice in British Columbia, Canada, and abroad, its research is primarily funded through competitive, peer-reviewed grants obtained from Canadian and international funding agencies.

Cedar Mesa Project, Utah USA (Second Edition)

This collection contains the revised edition of: Human adaptations on Cedar Mesa, Southeastern Utah by R.G. Matson, William D. Lipe, and William R. Haase IV (1990). The first edition is currently available in cIRcle where it has been downloaded over 3,700 times since it was uploaded in 2010.

Consortium for Nursing History Inquiry

The Consortium started as a School of Nursing initiative in 2012. The Consortium is led by a Steering Committee of UBC faculty members and affiliates and liaises with a wide group of stakeholders, including faculty, students, alumni and other groups at UBC and beyond. Please visit the Consortium web page at: https://blogs.ubc.ca/nursinghistory/sample-page/.


Theses and Dissertations, Undergraduate and Graduate Projects and more

Theses and Dissertations, Undergraduate and Graduate Projects and more

Upcoming

Upcoming: We are always developing partnerships with departments and research centres to help provide open access to the intellectual output of the UBC community and its partners. New content faculty content is added regularly. See all Faculty collections in cIRcle via Open Collections.

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