Join us for the latest Cinema Salon from UBC Library featuring John Carpenter's Cigarette Burns (2005).
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Are you worried about getting your thesis/dissertation into the format required by the Faculty of Graduate Studies? Would you like to know more about how to use the formatting features in Microsoft Word? Research Commons staff will help you with your questions about the nuts and bolts of formatting: page layout, numbering, headings, front matter, and more! As well, find out more about the resources that are available to help you in writing your thesis/dissertation. Graduate students at any stage of the writing process are welcome; some prior knowledge of Microsoft Word will be helpful.Have specific questions you think would be best answered in a one-on-one session? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment
Have you been to our linear regression workshop? If you have, it is time to learn about logistic regression. Logistic regression measures the relationship between a categorical dependent variable and one or more independent variables. These variables, which can either be continuous or dichotomous variables, use probability scores as predicted values of the dependent variable. If you have not had a chance to go through the linear regression workshop, don’t worry, we will start with a review and then jump into logistic regression. You will learn when and how to use the logistic regression modeling in SPSS and how to interpret the output.
LexisNexis Quicklaw Training Session
Learn about LexisNexis Quicklaw
LexisNexis Quicklaw includes Canadian primary & secondary materials; Commonwealth countries, EU, Ireland, U.K. and U.S.
Session focuses on Quicklaw search fundamentals, with topics such as searching with advanced connectors and by area of law, searching specific segments of documents, searching by date, saving searches, browsing sources, and creating alerts.
- Location: Law Library Room 208 (Meeting & Teaching Room)
- Limited to current UBC Law Students and Faculty
- Registration is required (please sign up below)
- Please register for your LexisNexis 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
The Library has acquired two examples of early gay literature that are connected to famed author Oscar Wilde.
UBC graduate students can now learn to use NVivo, a qualitative data analysis software.
The latest issue of UBC Library's Friends newsletter is now available.