May 4, 2013, 10.00AM-2.00PM at Richmond Public Library


The Richmond Delta Regional Heritage Fair showcases research projects on Canadian history, and those students participate in a full-day program of field trips, workshops, and other activities.   Community Engagement Librarian Allan Cho will be presenting materials from the Chinese Canadian Stories Project to teachers and students at the Richmond Public Library.  The Chinese Canadian Stories project aims to make widely accessible learning materials created by teachers for teachers, along with a range of digital resources that use the latest technology and that capture the energy, passion, and curiosity of students of all ages.  Classroom learning materials include short videos, whiteboard tools, teachers’ guides, and immersive online adventures that help students re-imagine the past. 
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As of May 1, UBC Library’s services at St. Paul’s Hospital and the BC Children’s and Women’s Health Centre are changing. Please reference our announcement posted on our website the week of April 17 for more information.

The two spaces will continue to be operated by UBC Faculty of Medicine and will be accessible to UBC faculty and students for research and study.

The Library continues to provide the following services to UBC faculty, staff and students:

  • Online access to UBC Library resources for UBC faculty, staff and students remains uninterrupted by these changes.
  • Inter-library loans and document delivery and recall requests for UBC faculty, staff and students can be picked up at either the Biomedical Branch Library (Diamond Health Care Centre, 2775 Laurel Street, Floor 2) or at the Woodward Library at the UBC Vancouver campus (2198 Health Sciences Mall).
  • For reference and research queries, please contact the Woodward Library at 604-822-4440.

UBC Affiliated Hospital Staff can apply for a Hospital Staff Card by visiting the Biomedical Branch Library or Woodward Library. For more information on library cards, visit the Library services website.

Borrowers are encouraged to return items to the Biomedical Branch Library, Woodward Library or any UBC Library branch.

On-site signage at both hospital branches will be posted to redirect UBC faculty, staff and students. We appreciate the patience of our library users during this transition.

Further questions or comments about the hospital library branches can be directed to Linda Ong, Director, Communications and Marketing at UBC Library at

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