Help getting started
Library employees at our virtual service desk are prepared to answer your general research questions or refer you to an appropriate resource by the end of the next workday or sooner.
Help with your research
Subject Librarians are specialists who can address your in-depth research questions. The form below will go directly to your Subject Librarian.
Prefer an appointment? Subject Librarians are available to support you remotely.
Library loans and collections
The Library lends books, journals, magazines, course reserves, and DVDs for free to everyone with a UBCcard. While the majority of our collection is available online, access to print collections from the UBC Library is available through our contactless pickup service.
The Student Learning Hub is now fully virtual with an array of free and flexible online learning services to support you while learning remotely. Discover a support network that meets your individual needs, including online learning skills support, tutoring in math, science, and writing.
Scholarly communications support
Faculty and Graduate Students
The Centre for Scholarly Communication provides workshops and one-on-one consultations about all aspects of scholarly communication. From idea to impact, the Centre for Scholarly Communication is here to support you.
Space and Service Updates at UBC Okanagan Library
UBC Okanagan Library spaces are closed due to Covid-19 restrictions. Informal learning spaces and bookable study rooms are available in The Commons and other buildings on campus. All Library services have shifted to online. View a list of our space closures and service updates.
Online Resources for Graduate Students
The Centre for Scholarly Communication has developed self-guided Canvas modules that provide resources for preparing and writing theses and dissertations, research articles, and academic CVs and cover letters.
Online Resources for Undergraduate Students
Student Learning Hub Canvas Modules provide resources and materials to help you be successful in your online courses. They are self-guided, low-stakes, and completely free.
Learn at your own pace and explore a variety of subjects developed specifically for UBCO students.