How so?

As part of  the Summer Sizzlers: 30 Minute Library Workshops’ series, you will learn about cIRcle, UBC’s Digital Repository and how you can have your academic or research work searched by Google, Google Scholar, and other web search engines.

You will have the opportunity to learn what kinds of scholarly work is available in cIRcle, how you can contribute and what permissions are required in order to submit your own work such as research articles, presentations, and reports.

Pre-register for the cIRcle workshop at:

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Above image is courtesy of Cepolina Photo website

Newly added conference papers to cIRcle!

The Explorations & Education Conference is the collaborative effort of graduate student representatives from the Graduate Student Council for the Faculty of Education, the Department of Educational Studies and the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy. We have come together specifically to create a safe space for the exchange of academic ideas and to create opportunities particularly for graduate students (at all levels of study) to present their ideas and research.

This conference was held at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver campus) on April 1, 2011.

We are pleased to announce that cIRcle has recently added a few of these conference papers and that there will be some more conference papers coming soon. So, take a few minutes to enjoy reading them by visiting the Explorations and Education conference collection at:

Did You Know?

Coming soon – The latest cIRcle conference collection to be added to the Faculty of Education community under “Education Conferences” is “Investigating Our Practices”. Stay tuned for more details!

Above excerpt in italics is courtesy of the UBC Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy website

Above image is courtesy of the Explorations and Education announcement

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