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Lexis Advance Quicklaw Training Session
Learn about the new interface that was previously LexisNexis Quicklaw.
- Location: Law Library Room 208 (Meeting & Teaching Room)
- Limited to current UBC Allard School of Law Students and Faculty
- Registration is required (please sign up below)
- Please register for your Lexis Advance Quicklaw password before attending the session
- **IT WOULD BE USEFUL TO FOLLOW ALONG WITH YOUR OWN LAPTOP** (but not necessary)
- E-mail Elim Wong, Reference Librarian in the Law Library if you need a password or have any questions
Facilitator: Sushani Singh
Experience shows that it is easier (and more pleasant) to get your thesis written when you do two things:
- 1. Write regularly
- 2. Are part of a writing group or community
Presented by The Centre for the Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communication
Did you know that effective data management is critical to data display and analysis? SPSS is a user-friendly software that doesn't require you to write any code - SPSS can do this for you with just a few clicks. Once you are equipped with the skills of manipulating data, you will be more confident with proceeding to analyze your data.
Further to the analysis covered in SPSS (Part 1) - Basic SPSS, this workshop will focus on bivariate analysis.
Register today, and learn how to manage your data effectively and analyze your data hassle-free!
These audio recordings are a cultural record of student life and voices from the UBC community spanning 70 years.
Visit Woodward Library from September 19-25 for a series of activities during this nationally celebrated event.
UBC Library has acquired a copy of the Kelmscott Chaucer, one of the world’s most extraordinary books. Printed in a limited edition of only 438 copies, the Works of Geoffrey Chaucer was published by William Morris’s Kelmscott Press in 1896.