Archive for October, 2015

How to book a group study room

Monday, October 26, 2015

Have you ever wanted to book a study room but did not know how? Not to worry, we will walk you through the steps!

Photo courtesy of Paul Downey (CC)Group study rooms are available in the Library at all OC campuses except Salmon Arm. On the Kelowna campus student meeting room bookings are available online. To book a Kelowna study room, visit myOkanagan, then choose the Student Tab. Most study rooms include a large table, a white board, and a TV monitor. Room numbers, capacities, and equipment included in each room can be found here.

Guidelines for booking a study room:

  • Only students may book rooms
  • There is a maximum of 2 hours per booking
  • Rooms can be booked up to one week in advance
  • After 15 minutes a room can be re-booked (in other words, don’t be late!)
  • Rooms cannot be “kept” or “held” by leaving belongings in the room
Campus How to Book a Room Phone
Kelowna Online: Via MyOkanagan
On the Kelowna campus students must reserve rooms online. Use your personal computer or terminals available at the library for online bookings.Click here for information about each room including the number of seats and types of equipment and tables.
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Kelowna Centre for Learning Online: Via MyOkanagan
On the Kelowna campus students must reserve rooms online.Click here for information about each room including the number of seats and types of equipment and tables.
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Penticton Sign-up sheets at Circulation Desk.Click here for information about each room including the number of seats and types of equipment and tables. 250-490-3951
Vernon (Kalamalka) Sign-up sheets at Circulation Desk.Click here for information about each room including the number of seats and types of equipment and tables. 250-503-2654

New Anthropology Research Guide

Thursday, October 1, 2015

New!OC’s Anthropology Liaison Librarian has created a useful guide introducing resources that may be helpful to students in Anthropology courses at the College. Learn how to find resources that are relevant and reliable, and find out how to cite your sources according to AAA style. The Guide will get you started with suggested databases to search and efficient strategies to find information.

Questions? Contact the Anthropology Liaison Librarian


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