New Open Access journal supports students from diverse language backgrounds

BC teachers and researchers working with students speaking English as an additional language will benefit from a new journal created by the Association of British Columbia teachers of English as an additional language (BC TEAL). The journal is hosted on the Okanagan campus Library’s Open Journal Systems (OJS) platform. The journal’s website is: With […]

What are they saying 85

“Thanks a tonne. I really appreciate this [research help].” -UBC Sauder School of Business Student, May 31, 2017

Business Market Research Collection

Are you wondering whether we still have access to Hoover’s Company Profiles? Yes, we still have Hoover’s but, as part of ProQuest’s simplification process, Hoover’s Company Profiles are now part of the Business Market Research Collection (BMRC), which brings four sources together to help students more easily conduct the research they need to produce business […]

Bloomberg terminals and data limits at Sauder

David Lam Library at UBC Sauder provides access to Bloomberg terminals in Wayne Deans Investment Analysis Centre (WDIAC) and Leith Wheeler lab (Room 222 in the Canaccord Learning Commons). The terminals in WDIAC are for Sauder student use only. The terminals can be booked online (select Book Lab Terminals under Canaccord Learning Commons). Please note […]

UBC’s Community Leadership Program

On March 28th, Irena Trebic completed the UBC Community Leadership Program (CLP). CLP is a UBC leadership development opportunity which allows UBC staff and faculty to explore and develop their leadership skills through interactive learning opportunities and workshops. These skills are put into practice when program participants lead groups of UBC undergraduate students through a […]

“Harry Potter and the academic business library”: A research poster by Irena Trebic

Congratulations to Irena Trebic, Reference Librarian, who presented her research poster “Harry Potter and the academic business library” at the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) conference in Baltimore, MD on March 23, 2017. This research poster provides a summary of a partnership between David Lam Library, Chapman Learning Commons and Rare Books and Special Collections […]

International Women’s Day

In honour of International Women’s Day, David Lam library would like to highlight some books from our collection about women and work. Come into the library and check out the books for yourself! Women in Leadership and Work-family Integration Margaret Weber 2015 Lean in : women, work, and the will to lead Sheryl Sandberg 2013 Women in business : […]

Celebrate Freedom to Read Week

UBC Library is celebrating Freedom to Read Week, February 26 to March 4, 2017. Freedom to read can never be taken for granted. Even in a free country such as Canada, schools and libraries are regularly asked to remove books and magazines from their shelves. Banning books and restricting free expression on the Internet affects the […]

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“Thanks so much for your quick reply. Really helpful information!” -UBC Sauder School of Business Phd student in Finance, February 2017

Library resources vs. “fake news”

Given the current trend of “fake news” stories, David Lam Library wanted to shed light on its library resources which offer access to trustworthy sources of information.  The library subscribes to over 50 online business databases which pool quality information from a variety of reputable sources. You can find information ranging from current news (eg. Factiva […]

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