Bookable Space

There are 23 classroom spaces in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre available for booking. Classroom spaces in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre are managed by Scheduling Services. To learn more about who can book classroom space in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and to make a booking, please visit the Scheduling Services website.

Photo Credit: UBC Library

source: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Irving_K_Barber_Learning_Centre_Classrooms

Virtual Tour

The Chapman Learning Commons, located on Level 3 of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre on the UBC Vancouver campus, includes two workshop spaces, the Dodson (302) and Lillooet (301) Rooms, which are available for booking. The Dodson and Lillooet Rooms are available to UBC users (faculty, staff, students). Room booking fees may apply.

Events and activities in the Dodson and Lillooet Room should contribute to lifelong learning and student academic success by enhancing information technology skills, learning skills, wellness and by promoting unique, open learning opportunities. Events must be public, open to all students and have campus wide impact. Please note that we are unable to host closed events, meetings, classes, fundraisers, events that are commercial in nature and/or involve the solicitation of funds of membership, or concerts/recitals (with the exception of the Dodson Music Series).

Through the workshop space provided in the Chapman Learning Commons, we strive for an environment that fosters dialogue and discussion and that supports student learning. The Chapman Learning Commons management team reserves the right to make decisions around what events are deemed appropriate for our space.

Dodson Room Features

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  • 10 Rectangular tables, LCD projector, ceiling-mounted screen, podium
  • Stage
  • Capacity: 40 (up to 60 with additional chairs)
  • Events in the Dodson Room must occur within Learning Commons open hours
  • AV services and room rental fees may apply

Lillooet Room Features

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  • 10 Round tables, LCD projector, ceiling-mounted screen, podium
  • Capacity: 40 (up to 60 with additional chairs)
  • Events in the Lillooet Room must occur within Learning Commons open hours
  • AV services and room rental fees may apply


Interested in booking the Dodson or Lillooet Room?

  • Library Staff - Submit your request via the Library Room Booking system (look for Chapman Learning Commons-Event Space from the Buildings drop-down menu). Please include an event description and any AV requirements.
  • UBC Faculty & Staff - Submit your request through our online booking form. Please note that we are only able to accommodate workshops & events that contribute to learning/academic success and that are open to all students and the UBC Community (i.e. no closed events).
  • For inquiries, please contact ikblc.bookings@ubc.ca.

source: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Learning_Commons:Chapman_Learning_Commons/Workshop_Space

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The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre has study rooms available to be booked by groups of 3 or more students, faculty or staff. These rooms are located in the Music, Art and Architecture Library along the north east side of levels 3 and 4.

Each room is equipped with 2 tables and 8 chairs, a white board, electrical outlets, and access to the wireless network. Whiteboard markers and LCD projectors can be borrowed from the Information Desk on level 3.

Use Policies

To ensure fair access to all users, please observe the following:

  • Bookings can only be made by groups of 3 or more UBC students, faculty, or staff.
  • A group (not each member of a group) may book a room for up to 2 hours per day, three times a week, up to 21 days in advance.
  • Groups who are more than 10 minutes late forfeit their booking.
  • Group Study rooms are to be used in compliance with the UBC Library Food and Drink Policy.
  • Bookings are made online through the Library Room Booking System.

For more information please call the Information Desk at 604-822-8149.

source: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Library:IKBLC_Group_Study_Rooms

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Information and Display booths in the Level 2 main concourse of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre may be reserved by UBC organizations and departments to promote learning-related activities and opportunities. Our vision is to highlight learning support programs and services that engage with and enhance students’ academic success and wellness. We welcome requests and encourage partnerships with UBC departments and affiliated groups and initiatives. Please note that we cannot host UBC clubs.

We offer space for a single information/display booth as well as larger foyer space for events. One table and one chair may be reserved for the single booth in a pre-determined location of the concourse, Mondays to Fridays, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (see map). For foyer events, table rentals are the organizer's responsibility. Space usage outside of these hours may be accommodated, only with prior approval.

Allowable areas for Information/Display booths and foyer events

If the program, service or event you wish to promote fits our vision, please complete the appropriate form below:

For questions, contact ikblc.bookings@ubc.ca.

Guidelines

  • Information booth and foyer requests are subject to approval and availability.
  • We cannot book more than 4 months in advance and require the receipt of booking requests at least 5 business days in advance of the booth date or at least 4 weeks in advance of the foyer booking date.
  • IKBLC reserves the right to decline requests that:
    • Do not fit our mandate
    • Are commercial in nature and/or involve the solicitation of funds or membership
    • May disrupt Library operations
    • Generate security or safety concerns for the building and its patrons
  • For health and safety reasons, the distribution of beverages, baked goods, or other open food is not permitted. Single serving packaged food, such as granola bars and tea bags, are acceptable.
  • Booth location as well as the pick up and return of furniture are to be coordinated with the Program Services Assistant, IKBLC and/or Program Assistant, Chapman Learning Commons.
  • Posters and banners are not to be attached to any part of the building and will be removed immediately; groups may be charged for any resulting damage to the building interior.
  • Standing sign holders for promotional material are available for borrowing upon request, subject to availability (please indicate this in your request).
  • Advanced promotion of your booth on digital signage screens in IKBLC may be arranged with the Program Assistant (please indicate this in your request).
  • IKBLC does not have any provisions for the storage of display materials.

Cancellations

  • In the event the booth or foyer booking has to be cancelled by the booker, please notify ikblc.bookings@ubc.ca as soon as possible.
  • IKBLC reserves the right to cancel booths if:
    • Booth representatives do not show up for their table within 15 minutes of the requested time


source: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Irving_K_Barber_Learning_Centre_Booths

Art Exhibitions

Photo Credit: Jill Pittendrigh

The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre has art exhibit space available on level two, including display cases in the main concourse and wall space in Ike’s Café. Art exhibitions provide opportunities for educational programming and encourage learning through the exploration of themes, issues or unique perspectives.

If you are interested in displaying your artwork in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, proposals may be submitted using the Art Exhibition Booking Request Form, up to 6 months in advance. Please include an itemized list and sample photographs (or a URL to photographs) of the items to be displayed.  Exhibitors must coordinate times for set-up and take-down of exhibit items with Learning Centre staff.  Please find more information on our arts exhibition space page.

The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre’s Digital Media Commons aims to provide music and media commons spaces to support faculty, students and staff at UBC. Located in the Music, Art and Architecture Library on level 3 of the Learning Centre, the space includes four high-tech, acoustically buffered multimedia rooms and carrels that house Mac multimedia workstations with music editing software.

The Digital Media Commons is open the same hours as the Music, Art and Architecture Library.

Carrels

8 Mac multimedia workstations with the following software:

Headphones are available for loan at the Information Desk on level 3 of the I. K. Barber Learning Centre.


Digital Media Rooms

Four bookable rooms are available in the Digital Media Commons. Details are as follows:

Room 323

  • Acoustically buffered room equipped with table, 5 chairs, mac mini, display screen, audio speakers, turntable and external optical drive for CDs.
  • Capacity: 5
  • Book now

Room 324

  • Acoustically buffered room equipped with table, 5 chairs, mac mini, display screen, audio speakers, and a CD/DVD player.
  • Capacity: 5
  • Book now

Room 325

  • Acoustically buffered room equipped with table, 5 chairs, mac mini, display screen, audio speakers, and a DVD/VCR player (will also play CDs).
  • Capacity: 5
  • Book now

Room 326 (Seminar Room)

  • Soundproofed seminar room equipped with conference table, 5 chairs, mac mini, display screen, audio speakers, turntable and Blu-Ray Player (will also play CDs).
  • Capacity: 14
  • Book now
  • Faculty request form

source: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Library:Digital_Media_Commons

Use Policies

To ensure fair access to all users, please observe the following:

  • Digital Media Rooms can only be booked by groups requiring the audio/visual equipment in the room. Please note that all bookings are pending until you receive an email from UBC Library staff noting that your booking has been confirmed. If your group does not require the audio/visual equipment in the room, please book a regular group study room.
  • Bookings can only be made by groups of 2 or more UBC students, faculty, or staff. Please note that rooms 323-325 have a maximum capacity of 5 people. Room 326 has a maximum capacity of 14 people.
  • A group (not each member of a group) may book a room for up to 3 hours per day, three times a week, up to 7 days in advance. Faculty members are exempt from this policy and can book Room 326 by submitting the Faculty Request Form.
  • Groups who are more than 10 minutes late forfeit their booking.
  • Digital Media rooms close 30 minutes before the Library closes.
  • Digital Media rooms are to be used in compliance with the UBC Library Food and Drink Policy.
  • Bookings are made online through the Library Room Booking System.

Access

The Digital Media Rooms are locked. At your scheduled booking time visit the Information Desk on level 3 of the I. K. Barber Learning Centre and present your UBC card to confirm your booking. The room will then be unlocked by a library staff member.

source: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Library:Digital_Media_Commons/Access

Located on Level 4 of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre (IKBLC), the Golden Jubilee Room is a large open space on that serves students and patrons as an available seating and study area. On occasion, the Golden Jubilee Room may be booked for events that serve UBC and the greater community. Please note that due to the nature of the space the Golden Jubilee Room is booked a maximum of two times per term. We are unable to host closed events, meetings, classes, fundraisers, events that are commercial in nature and/or involve the solicitation of funds of membership, concerts/recitals, or events run by student groups including AMS clubs.

  • The standing room capacity for the Golden Jubilee Room is 250
  • IKBLC’s furniture may not be used for events
  • AV services and custodial services fee may apply

If you are interested in booking the Golden Jubilee Room, please contact ikblc.bookings@ubc.ca. Allow up to 10 business days for a response as building stakeholders must be consulted.