Where can I study at UBC?
Best UBC Study Spots
- Classrooms in Vantage College.
- Asian Library.
- Brock Hall.
- Student Residence Commons Block.
- Allard Hall – Law Library.
- Empty Classrooms.
- Loafe Cafe.
- UBC Life Building aka The Old Sub.
Can you eat in IKB?
To ensure the protection and preservation of library material, equipment, and furnishings, and to provide a comfortable and appealing environment for all library users, UBC Library has instituted a library-wide food policy. The Library permits food and drink, within reason, to be consumed at study tables and carrels.
How do I borrow an audiobook from the library?
How to borrow and enjoy titles in the OverDrive app
- Install the OverDrive app from Google Play or the Amazon Appstore and sign in.
- Add your library to the app and open its digital collection.
- Find an available title in your library’s collection and tap Borrow.
- Choose a lending period for the title (if available).
How to search for databases in the UBC Library?
This page provides access to indexes and databases, which are subject-specific search engines used for finding academic articles and other research materials. Search or browse the more than 900 online resources curated by UBC Library here. To see results in this box, enter or select: See More… See More… See More… See More… See More…
Is the UBC Library open to the public?
Unless specified as open access, these resources are open only to UBC students, faculty, staff and on-site Library users. Other restrictions may apply. Getting started? This page provides access to indexes and databases, which are subject-specific search engines used for finding academic articles and other research materials.
Is the UBC biomedical database open to the public?
Alumni and non-UBC users will have restricted access to full-text articles from off-campus. Premier biomedical database with over 30 million journal article references. Freely available and includes MEDLINE. This is a freely accessible resource protected under copyright.
Are there any ERIC documents in the UBC Library?
In ERIC (EBSCO), most ERIC document items from 1993- link to full text. Need additional help using this resource? Contact this resource’s subject librarian. Access open only to UBC students, faculty, staff and on-site Library users (other restrictions may apply)