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Originating in Southwest China, tea is now one of the most popular drinks in the world. It is served differently from country to country. Visit our latest book display and explore the Asian Library collection on tea, its origin, history and culture.

The display is located at the Asian Centre foyer and will be up until March 7.

Our new Collection Spotlight is up. Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying Day is February 26, 2020.  The theme this year is ‘Lift Each Other Up.’

https://www.pinkshirtday.ca/lift-each-other-up

On February 11, UBC Library hosted a one-day workshop by renowned Japanese conservator Kazunori Oryū, who presented on Japanese scroll mounting and bookbinding in conservation. More than forty participants were in attendance, including local and out-of-town conservators, paper and print artists, members of Japanese heritage and cultural organizations, and UBC students, alumni, faculty, and staff.

In the workshop, Mr. Oryū not only outlined the basics of the structures and aesthetics of Japanese heritage materials as related to conservation, but also reported on his involvement as a technical supervisor in the multi-year rescue efforts for paper-based resources damaged during last October’s typhoon at the Kawasaki City Museum. Mr. Oryū also provided step-by-step demonstrations of how to handle heritage materials properly, and gave detailed explanations about preservation and conservation processes and techniques, using sample materials.

In the words of a participant, “thank you… for offering this fascinating event and for opening it up to the conservation community. Opportunities like this are rare.”

Mr. Oryū also met with library employees the following day to examine items from UBC Library’s own Japanese rare collections. He provided invaluable guidance with regards to the ongoing conservation needs of the items that were shown, and also espoused general strategies that could be used to care for the materials.

We are grateful to Mr. Oryū for sharing his time and expertise, and to Sheldon Armstrong, AUL Collections, for sponsoring this event.

 

Click on the book cover to take you to the UBC Library catalogue record for the item.

Guts / Raina Telgemeier

BF723.S75 T45 2019

Kings, queens, and in-betweens / Tanya Boteju.

PZ7.1.B6755 Kn 2019

How to read a book / Kwame Alexander

PZ7.A37723 Hw 2019

All the ways to be smart / Davina Bell & Allison Colpoys.

PZ7.1.B45146 Al 2019

 

 

Click on the book cover to take you to the UBC Library catalogue record for the item.

 

Breathing new life into book clubs: a practical guide for teachers / Sonja Cherry-Paul

LB1573 .C447 2019

Assessing students’ social and emotional learning: a guide to meaningful measurement / Clark McKown

LB1072 .M385 2019

Rethinking recess: creating safe and inclusive playtime for all children in school / Rebecca A. London

LB3033 .L584 2019

Let’s talk about body boundaries, consent & respect: a book to teach children about body ownership, respectful relationships, feelings and emotions, choices and recognizing bullying behaviors / by Jayneen Sanders

HV6570 .S26 2018

 

The Law Library will be closed Family Day – Monday, February 17

Reading Week 2020

February 17 CLOSED
February 18-21 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
February 22-23 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

 

You’ve heard the expression, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.”  Come by the library and see what happens when you put it into practice!

Please join us for this very fun and very mysterious UBC Education Library Collection Spotlight event.  “Blind Date with a Book” will feature titles of various themes and genres.  The undercover books will be totally wrapped with only a few clues written on the outside.  Are you looking for a “Blind Date with a Short Story?” or perhaps a “Blind Date with a Book of Poetry?”  There will be a multitude of books to choose from.  Come by and take a mystery book home today!

This special Spotlight runs from February 7-19, 2020.

The UBC Library exhibition explores the stories of the men and women who collected, recorded and brought forth evidence of the atrocities of Auschwitz, giving testimony of the events that took place there. The exhibit runs until February 28 on Level 2 of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.

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