An exhibit in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre introduces ways UBC Indigenous scholars are transforming academic spaces.
The Music Library will be relocating to the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre June 24 to 26.
The June issue of LibFOCUS, UBC Library’s e-Newsletter, looks at Aboriginal (Un)History Month activities at the Library.
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