The University of British Columbia (UBC) Innovation Library Has Helped Over 1,100 Students Since Opening in 2015
From the Vernon Morning Star:
The University of British Columbia Innovation Library has served over 1,100 students since its opening in 2015.
In part of a partnership between the university and the Okanagan Regional Library, the facility provides a home away from home for students across the province.
“In a nutshell people in the Innovation Library can access UBC Library electronic books, electronic peer reviewed journals, and databases,” said UBC Associate Chief Librarian Robert Janke.
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