Helping beginning scholars build on disciplinary knowledge and join ‘the scholarly conversation” is a goal of undergraduate education. Undergraduate students use library resources for access to foundational work as well as to the latest research.

UBC Undergraduates who are participating in or have completed their own Faculty-supervised research projects will be taking part in UBC’s annual Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference, Saturday, March 21, 2015.

“This opportunity will allow undergraduate students with a passion for their work to dialogue about their research and share their findings with peers. Students can choose to either deliver a 10-minute oral presentation or a poster presentation about their research project. Participants will also be able to listen to keynote speakers discuss their research experiences.”

More info on how to Present, Volunteer or Attend.

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From now until April 9, 2015, UBC Library will be trialing NK News. This resource is a unique and independent voice focusing on today’s North Korea, featuring daily news, articles, interviews, expert and academic analysis, and defector written content.

To access NK News, visit this link. Valuable user feedback on this initial trial period is being collected and please direct any questions about this database to Hana Kim, Head, Asian Library.

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