The Library warmly welcomes back new and returning students, faculty, and staff to campus. We’ve been busy building a new website to better support support teaching, learning, and research at UBC Okanagan. We’ve added specific audience pages to offer improved access to key resources and services at the Library. We’ve added new Undergraduate, Graduate, Faculty, Community and Donor pages to ensure our audiences have greater ease finding what they need. As you explore, please don’t hesitate to contact us with your feedback.
Student Learning Hub
Your one-stop-shop for math, science, writing, and language support. The Student Learning Hub will help you build the skills, strategies, and behaviours that are essential to become a confident and independent learner. Drop-in for math and science tutoring. Appointments recommended for writing, language, and study skills support.
Location and Hours:
The Student Learning Hub is in LIB 237 on the second floor of the Library.
Enter through the side (west) entrance, across from the Fipke building.
Open Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Centre for Scholarly Communications has moved!
The Centre for Scholarly Communication has moved to a different location on our second floor. The Centre for Scholarly Communication is now located in the offices on the east side of the building, across from EME (LIB 215-221). You will need to enter the Library through the main doors and proceed to the second floor. Learn more about the CSC.
Year two of the collaboration between the UBCO Library and Project Literacy is beginning! Project Literacy will be on campus to recruit volunteer tutors to provide One to One English Tutoring support in the Student Learning Hub (LIB 237). Recruitment of both tutors and learners will take place on September 5 (at CREATE) and September 11 (at the UBCSUO Club Expo). Tutors and learners can also express interest by contacting email@example.com.
Science Literacy Week
Mark your calendars! Science Literacy Week is coming September 16-22! Keep an eye out for fun events at the Library such as:
- Let’s Talk Science, who will be showcasing the marine ecosystem with their marine biology outreach program;
- Films showing on loop in the Engagement Theatre
- Arts engagement station
- Great reads highlighting our oceans and coastal environments
We’re here for you!
Whether you are new to campus, a returning staff member or visiting campus for the day, there’s a place for you in the Library. Our Service Desk is a great place to start if you’re exploring the Library for the first time. Located on our first floor, our service desk is a central point of contact and support for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Our front desk staff consists of Library assistants and Peer Technology Assistants who are available to support you and answer questions during Library hours. Don’t forget to find your subject librarian who can provide research consultations by phone, email, and in person as well as subject specific library instruction and workshops.