We are pleased to present the Digitization Centre Impact and Activity Report!

The impact and activity report describes the work of members of our unit as well as the relationships built with UBC researchers, students and community partners since the Centre’s opening in March 2011.

Some highlights from the report:

geography

• More than 500,000 items in locally produced digital collections
• Collaborations with more than 10 UBC Library units and the wider UBC community on projects and collections
• Partnerships with more than 20 community organizations from around BC and beyond to preserve unique resources
• More than $1 million in external funding raised in collaboration with Library Development to support the creation and management of more than 15 digital collections
• Provides work opportunities that enhance the learning experience of more than 100 UBC students many of which are funded through external sources

In 2013/14
• 45 online collections that support teaching, learning, and research at UBC and beyond
• Locally hosted collections see more than 300 visits per day
• Visits from more than 100 countries to access rare and unique library holdings

2014 and beyond
• 18 current and upcoming projects will extend the scope and size of collections
• Partner on projects receiving more than $25,000 in Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund (TLEF) grants: Epigraphic Squeezes, Gold Rush Letters
• More than $19,000 in BC History Digitization Program (BCHDP) funding for two projects: Uno Langmann Family Historical Photographs, BC Sessional Papers

Many thanks to Jessica Woolman and Jeremy Buhler for their input and assistance.  We look forward to any feedback/comments and also continued collaboration on current and future projects!

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LAW LIBRARY level 3: KD5020 .L44 2014
Shaunnaugh Dorsett & John McLaren, eds., Legal Histories of the British Empire: Laws, Engagements and Legacies (Abingdon: Routledge, 2014).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE4430 .M66 2014
Richard Moon, Freedom of Conscience and Religion (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2014).

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