New FICTION collection at Lam Library

David Lam Library is very excited to announce that we have started a small (but growing!) fiction collection.  We encourage you to come to the library and borrow one of our fun new fiction books for your summer reading enjoyment. The topics range from Anton Chekhov’s early stories, the struggles of a boy living in Poland during the […]

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“Thank you so much for all your help. I found all the information I was looking for. This is fantastic!” – PT-MBA student, July 2016

TecExpo and Maker Day 2016

We invite you to join us for the third annual TecExpo 2016 to learn about new and emerging ways of teaching and learning which will be taking place on July 6th and 7th in the Scarfe building foyer at 2125 Main Mall. The Technology Enhanced Classroom (TEC) Expo showcases creative and innovative uses of technology […]

Aboriginal (Un)History Month 2016

Did you know that June is Aboriginal (Un)History Month? The “un” in “Aboriginal (Un)History Month” represents the continuing importance and relevance of Aboriginal peoples in Canada and around the world. UBC’s Irving K. Barber Learning Centre is hosting an exhibit in celebration of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. This year’s exhibits focus on several programs for […]

Canadian Census

The return of the mandatory Census questionnaire has generated excitement among Canadians. Although May 10, 2016 is the official  census day, it is not a strict deadline, according to Statistics Canada. Canadians are being asked to complete it as soon as they can in the following days. Many have yet to fill out their questionnaire. So what exactly is the […]

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“Thank you for looking into that for me, I really appreciate all your help and support.” – MBA student, May 2016

Top 10 Soft Skills Employers Look for Most

Congratulations to our students for having finished all your exams this term! Many of you have graduated and are looking to land your dream job, and others are hoping to find an internship or good summer job. In addition to the many skills and knowledge you have gained throughout your university career, it is worth […]

Canadian Young Adult book display

Are you looking for a fun post-exam activity? Consider reading one of Education Library’s many Canadian Young Adult novels. To help you select a book to read, David Lam Library has put on a display of book covers of select Canadian Young Adult books which are all available at the Education Library. We encourage you to […]

Harry Potter exhibit survey

From October 6 to December 11, 2015 UBC’s Rare Books and Special Collections curated the Harry Potter and the Rain City exhibit at 3 Library branches including David Lam Library, Koerner Library, and Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.  The exhibition featured first editions, and stories and memorabilia from the Vancouver business community exploring the impact and legacy of the […]

Celebrate Learning Week

We invite you to sign up for Celebrate Learning Week, a weeklong showcase celebrating teaching and learning opportunities available to students, faculty, and staff. Join us from May 2–7, 2016 as we honour and promote learning and development opportunities through open lectures, information sessions, student advising activities, poster sessions, and workshops. A selection of events include: Brilliant: […]

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