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Records Management Advanced: sending records to off-site storage
Records Management Advanced: sending records to off-site storage
This video, created by the University of British Columbia's Records Management Office, reviews how to send records and how to recall records from off-site storage. This video is part of a Records Management video series. For more Records Management tips, visit http://recordsmanagement.ubc.ca
This Week at UBC - May 14 - 20, 2017
This Week at UBC - May 14 - 20, 2017
- Connecting the dots: University rankings, journal rankings and the cost of knowledge | http://www.pwias.ubc.ca/event/connecting-the-dots-university-rankings-journal-rankings-and-the-cost-knowledge - A Fearless Heart | https://www.banyen.com/events/jinpa - UBC Farm Spring Pop-up Market | http://ubcfarm.ubc.ca/events/pop-up-egg-market/ - Elvira Madigan: Jonathan Biss plays Mozart | http://chanc...
Aboriginal Enhancement Schools Networks (AESN) and the IKBLC
Aboriginal Enhancement Schools Networks (AESN) and the IKBLC
Since 2013, the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre has been a funding partner with the Aboriginal Enhancement Schools Network (AESN) and the Network of Inquiry and Innovation (NOII). Through this partnership, the Learning Centre has supported teachers working with aboriginal students transitioning to further education. The AESN helps selected schools across British Columbia in taking an inquiry-or...
This Week at UBC - May 7 - May 13, 2017
This Week at UBC - May 7 - May 13, 2017
Run for Women 2017 - http://www.discoverwesbrook.com/posts/run-for-women-2017#.WQz4cFPyur8 Authentic Japanese Cooking - http://ubcfarm.ubc.ca/events/workshop-authentic-japanese-cooking-2/ An Evening with Lawrence Krauss - http://chancentre.com/events/evening-lawrence-krauss/
Researching for Social Justice
Researching for Social Justice
Webcast sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and hosted by the Vancouver Public Library as part of the Public Scholars Initiative. Emma Feltes (Anthropology) works in partnership with Indigenous activists to delve into the history of the "Constitution Express"—a movement in the 1980s to assert Indigenous rights, nationhood, and self-determination during the patriation of Canada’s Co...
ACAM Dialogues Subverting Silence Symposium - April 8, 2017
ACAM Dialogues Subverting Silence Symposium - April 8, 2017
AMS Nest (Performance Theatre), University of British Columbia April 8, 2017 “Subverting Silence: How can we change the dialogue on sexual violence?” was the organizing theme for the 2017 ACAM Dialogues Symposium. This public event culminated a year of organizing monthly dialogues on sexual violence as it impacts Asian Canadian communities. We invited participants to explore what “subversion” an...
This Week at UBC - April 30 - May 6, 2017
This Week at UBC - April 30 - May 6, 2017
UBC Farm Workshop: Kombucha - http://ubcfarm.ubc.ca/events/workshop-kombucha/ The Hidden Beauty of Mathematics - http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1439649-wall-exchange-cedric-villani-vancouver/
Module Five: Using Information Responsibly
Module Five: Using Information Responsibly
Evaluating information is as important as gathering information, and appropriate citation adds credibility to your industry analysis. Visit the Small Business Accelerator www.sba.ubc.ca
Module Four: Conducting Your Industry Research
Module Four: Conducting Your Industry Research
This module demonstrates how to integrate a variety of tools and apply different strategies to locate reliable information. Visit the Small Business Accelerator www.sba.ubc.ca
Module Three: Planning Your Industry Research
Module Three: Planning Your Industry Research
Researching an industry that is new to you requires extensive effort. A clearly-defined plan and manageable goals will help you be efficient and effective. This module illustrates the steps in the research planning stage. Visit the Small Business Accelerator www.sba.ubc.ca