KOREAN

BT83.63 I537 2017
21세기 한국 사회 와 공공 신학 / 임 성빈

DS911.19 Y525 2017
한국 고대사 의 쟁점 과 과제 / 이 도학 지음

DS923.23 K457 2017
지민 의 탄생 : 지식 민주주의 를 향한 시민 지성 의 도전 / 김 종영 지음

GT2853 K6 U69 2017
음식 디미방 과 조선 시대 음식 문화 / 남 권희 [and 7 others] 지음

HV41 S524 2017
인도주의 의 눈 으로 바라본 착한 기부 나쁜 기부 / 신 상문 지음

ML342 Y5154 2017
한국 민족 악무사 / 이 민홍 지음

NA1565 Y53 2017
한국인, 어떤 집 에서 살았나 : 한국 현대 주생활사 / 이 희봉, 김 혜숙 [and two others]

PL913 A2 K36 2017
국어 교과서 의 탄생  / 강 진호 지음

PL977.2 S563 2018
2018 신춘 문예 희곡 당선 작품집

PL994.38 H83 T37 2017
다른 사람 : 강 화길 장편 소설


JAPANESE

BQ699 K86 S45 2018
聖なる霊場・六鄉満山 / 大分県立歴史博物館

DS822.25 K495 2018
近代日本の地域と文化 / 羽賀祥二編

DS868.2 T248 2018
織豊系陣城事典 / 高橋成計

FC3846.9 J3 S938163 2017
希望の国カナダへ… 夢に懸け、海を渡った移民たち : ブリティッシュ・コロンビア州から始まった日系史 / アンリー/ゴードン・スィッツアー原作 ; GTP翻訳チーム共訳

HC462.7 I8343 2018
資本主義日本の地域構造 / 石井寬治

HT653 J3 S538 2018
下級貴族たちの王朝時代 : 「新猿楽記」に見るさまざまな生き方 / 繁田信一著

ND1059 M3424 A2 2018
玄皎想 / 松尾敏男

PL755.65 .N572 2018
外地巡礼 : 「越境的」日本語文学論 / 西成彦

PL840 M4 Z84 2018
梅崎春生研究 : 戦争・偽者・戦後社会 / 高木伸幸

PN1995.3 .N3452 2018
〈原作〉の記号学 : 日本文芸の映画的次元 / 中村三春


CHINESE

BL1900 C576 Z4 2017
庄子的快活 : 王蒙解”庄子, 外篇” / 王蒙著

CT3990 H78 D46 2017
胡适 / 邓丽兰著

DS751 S6 2016
宋朝短信 / 宋燕著

DS777.15 C5 G365 2017
陈独秀现代化思想研究 /高蕾著

DS796 M25 T36 2016 v.1-2
天朝异化之角 : 16-19世纪西洋文明在澳门  / 汤开建著

PL2277 S5856 2016
水流云在 / “文艺报”编选 ; 梁鸿鹰主编

PL2653 H34 2016
海姆立克急救 / 铁凝等著

PL2886 O1684 W63 2017
我们的荊轲 / 莫言

PL2925 K55 A6 2016 v.1-5
严歌苓长篇精品 (第九个寡妇、小姨多鹤、陆犯焉识、一个女人的史诗、金陵十三钗) / 严歌苓著

PZ10.831 L573 Qn 2016
亲爱的小耳朵 / 林少雯著

The ASRS is currently experiencing service delays due to a mechanical issue. Please call the IKBLC circulation desk at (604) 822-8149 before picking up material.

The ASRS is currently experiencing service delays due to a mechanical issue. Please call the IKBLC circulation desk at (604) 822-8149 before picking up material.

Start off the new school year by getting all caught up on what the Digitization Centre has been up to over the past year. You can read all about it in the Digitization Centre Impact and Activity Report for 2017-2018! This report highlights key projects, partnerships, and content development trends for the 2017-2018 fiscal year

This year, Open Collections recieved 3.8 million unique pageviews, which accounted for 11% of the wider UBC Library’s pageviews, After Canada, most users came from the following countries:

Other highlights detailed in the report:

  • Collection enhancement through metadata cleanup and standardization.
  • Development of an automated workflow to generate OCR transcripts for non-latin language materials.
  • Updates on our web archiving efforts and new collections.
  • New and exciting ways that our collections are being used.
  • Ongoing digital preservation processing and auditing.
  • Updates about partnerships.
  • New collections and additions.

 

 

New additions to our digital collections included:

BC Sessional Papers:

New items dated from 1953 to 1968 were made available through Open Collections. Phase VI (1969-1982) began in May 2018.

Meiji at 150:

Primarily works from the Meiji period (1868- 1912), including 20 Meiji woodblocks prints, 6 volumes of Ainu books, 1 hand-painted kimono book, 12 E. H. Norman photographs, and more.

Similkameen Star:

The newest addition to our BC Historical Newspapers collection. This newspaper was published weekly in Princeton, B.C. We have digitized issues from 1900 to 1903.

The following collections were added to over the past year:

German Consulate fonds:

All 3,286 items in this collection are now available through Access to Memory (AtoM).

Hawthorn Fly Fishing & Angling Collection:

25 new items were added this year, brining the total number of items available in Open Collections up to 49.

Uno Langmann Family Collections of British Columbia Photographs:

1,086 newly digitized postcards were made available through Open Collections.

Science Literacy Week  is an annual celebration of Canadian science, where libraries, universities, museums and other institutions hold events to show the diversity of amazing research happening across the country. This year, the event will take place September 17-23. We invite you to check out UBC Library’s Science Expo on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 from […]

 

 

It is a pleasure to announce the release of cIRcle, UBC’s Research Repository Impact and Activity Report for 2017-2018!

 

In 2017-2018, cIRcle reached another milestone of over 60,000 items and saw an increase of its annual growth rate from 8% in previous years to 10%.

 

This report highlights’ include a sampling of cIRcle’s new and ongoing partnerships, its growth and development along with a snapshot of its top content contributors.

 

Two spotlights of cIRcle projects and collections included in the report are the BioMed Central/SpringerOpen project and the noteworthy additions in the UBC President’s Speeches and Writing collection.

 

Explore UBC research in cIRcle, for example, the growing number of preprints and postprints of academic journal articles, conference proceedings, departmental publications, technical reports, course notes, and much more.

 

 

 

 

Recently the Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office released its 2017/2018 Impact and Activity Report, showcasing some of the year’s highlights and accomplishments.

For more information, or to share feedback please contact scholarly.communications@ubc.ca

Read the Report.

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): K94 .S25 2018
Paul Salembier, Legal and Legislative Drafting, 2d ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2018).

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KE5019 .S93 2018
John Swaigen & Susan McRory, Regulatory Offences in Canada: Liability and Defences, 2d ed. (Toronto: Carswell, 2018)

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KE8440 .S67 2018
Sidney N. Lederman & Alan W. Bryant , The Law of Evidence in Canada, 5th ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada Inc., 2018).

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KE9304 .S78 2018
Don Stuart, Charter Justice in Canadian Criminal Law, 7th ed. (Toronto: Thomson Reuters, 2018)

LAW LIBRARY learning commons (level 2): PR9297.L25 F85 2018
Beverley McLachlin, Full Disclosure: A Novel (Toronto: Simon & Schuster Canada, 2018).

Travelling and tourism are prominent topics in our collections. You could even base your next vacation on some of the items we’ve digitized! Check out some of the major cities represented in the materials of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company.

 

Manilla

As the capital of the Philippines, Manilla is full of beautiful and fashionable architecture, European-inspired shops, old monasteries, palaces, and picturesque Spanish-style houses. This particular guide notes that cockfighting, although prohibited, was the popular sport among locals.

Canadian Pacific cruises: round the world and Mediterranean, 1925-1926

 

Algiers

For about 300 years, the Algiers was where Barbary pirates used to stay. This guide tells readers that visitors can see the Bab-Azoun shopping street and the Kasbah (or Palace of the Deys), and marvel at the city’s rich history.

Canadian Pacific cruises: round the world and Mediterranean, 1925-1926

 

Shanghai

This guide published in 1925 proclaims Shanghai to be the most cosmopolitan city in the world and the commercial capital of North China. The guide informs visitors could see modern streets lined with six-storey buildings, the longest bar in the world at the Shanghai club, and amazing shopping streets that featured department stores and amusement paces.

Around the world cruise 1925

 

If these little snippets have got you interested, check out some of our other guides and explore more cities!

Mediterranean cruise: Canadian Pacific Empress of Scotland, 1924

 

Around the world cruise 1925

 

Canadian Pacific cruises: round the world and Mediterranean, 1925-1926

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