Why are online formats important for library users? How does the library identify the needs of our users and acquire e-resources to meet them?

UBC Library has a collection of over 8 million e-resources that are available to the UBC community. Whether you’re on your phone or on your desktop, on campus or out doing field work, the Library ensures that e-resources are available.

Take a sneak peek into our process and learn about why UBC Library’s e-resources collection is increasing and how electronic resources work is constantly changing.

This project is part of UBC Library’s strategic direction to create and deliver responsive collections.

To learn more about our Strategic Framework, click here.

Hopefully, you are enjoying the movies from Audio Cine.

But if you have been getting a “400 Bad Request” error that says “cookie too large” and possible “nginx”, here is what you can do:

  1. make sure you have the latest Chrome browser installed
  2. clear ALL history (cache & cookies) from your Chrome browser

-or-

If you want to keep some cookies as you need them regularly, you can:

  1. make sure you have the latest Chrome browser installed
  2. In Chrome, go to hamburger menu (horizontal lines upper right) then Settings
  3. go to Privacy & Security
  4. go to Site Settings
  5. go to Cookies & Site Data
  6. go to clearing the cookies for that particular domain
  7. then find the domain for Audio Cine and delete cookies (domain probably has “acf-film” in it)

As always, use our Help Form to report problems.

 

Law Library Closed

Due to current conditions relating to COVID-19, the Law Library will be closed until at least Monday, April 6, 2020, 9:00 a.m, after which point the situation will be reassessed. See Library Service Updates for more information.

UBC.ca continues to be the most up-to-date and authoritative source of information about the University’s response to COVID-19.

Librarian help is still available at law.library@ubc.ca

 

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