Supporting Research at UBC
We help support research activities across myriad disciplines and can assist in publishing and research dissemination. Whether you’re looking for information about preserving your research data, choosing a journal for your article, or building your academic profile, we will help you navigate your research path.
In-Person Research Services for Faculty, Post-docs & Graduate Students
The UBC Okanagan Library offers a number of in-person services for faculty as well as post-doctoral fellows and graduate students. Please explore below to find specific support services for your research.
Subject Librarians provide research consultations by phone, email, and in person. Let us know what we can do to support your research needs.
The Centre for Scholarly Communication provides writing support for journal articles, grant proposals, theses, dissertations, and conference presentations, as well as copyright support.
The Centre for Scholarly Communication offers workshops to faculty, post-docs, and graduate students on topics such as academic writing, copyright, open access, and author rights.
Publishing and Disseminating research
Create, publish, and share your research with the academic community and the broader public. Explore the new and evolving systems of scholarship made possible in the digital age.
For in-person support, contact the Scholarly Communication Librarian
Undergraduate Student Support
The Library offers support through in-person services and spaces specifically designed for the undergraduate student. From help with assignments to writing workshops and tutoring, we’re here to support your learning, research and academic success.
Subject Librarians provide research consultations by phone, email, and in person as well as subject specific library instruction and workshops.
Student Learning Hub
The Student Learning Hub offers centralized undergraduate services designed to enhance learning and empower students in all disciplines and at all undergraduate levels.
The Student Learning Hub offers writing workshops and learning seminars throughout the academic term.
Subject Librarians offer customized workshops, guest lectures, co-led sessions and single session to instructors on a variety of topics including:
- developing research skills + strategies
- citation support + management
- literature reviews
Okanagan Special Collections
Our Special Collections room (COM004) boasts a variety of resources for research purposes including books, pamphlets, journal issues, DVDs, VHS, maps, etc. – created in and/or about the Okanagan-Similkameen, Columbia-Shuswap, and the Kootenays.