UBC Library is pleased to announce an upcoming presentation by a Māori Librarian, Anahera Morehu, on indigenous people and collections. “Housing the knowledge of tangata whenua (indigenous people)” will focus on how information professionals can build respectful collections. See here for more information.
The Irving K Barber Learning Centre is part of the UBC Library and supports the University’s academic and community engagement missions through space, services, and programming, as well as by fostering and supporting opportunities for engagement with communities across British Columbia.
The Irving K Barber Learning Centre offers a broad range of programs and services that support teaching and learning, as well as lifelong learning and community engagement, through the development of partnerships across UBC and the wider community.
The Irving K Barber Learning Centre offers a variety of inspiring teaching and learning spaces, technology and access to library collections and services. The Learning Centre is home to several academic programs and units, Ike’s Cafe, the Chung Collection and the Chapman Learning Commons.