Archive for January, 2016

Kelowna Library Construction to Improve Services – Almost Complete!

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

serviceThe construction at the Kelowna Campus Library is almost complete! The newly built space will house the College’s Local Interest Collection, and will also provide a collaborative area for use by librarians to work with groups of students. The new Local History Room will provide a space for the Library’s current Local Interest Collection to move from the L101 meeting room to a home of its own, keeping the Collection safer and making it more accessible to the College community.

circdeskThe research help desk is back to its regular location and librarians are providing regular research help Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm. Librarians are also available on-call, so don’t be dissuaded from getting help if you don’t see a person sitting at the desk.

We apologize for the noise and inconvenience, which may occur for a short while longer Although noisy at the moment, we look forward to the improved services this renovation will provide!

For any concerns and enquiries, please ask staff at the Circulation counter or Michelle Ward, Kelowna Campus Librarian.

Science Magazine Now Available

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Image result for science magazineStudents and staff now have full-text access to current issues of Science Magazine . Previously full-text access from the Library ended in 2009. Use JSTOR to access articles from 1880-07-03 (v.1, i.1) to 2009-12-18 (v.326, i.5960). Articles  from 1997-01-01 (v.275, i.3) to current are available through the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Use OCtopus to find articles from this resource, or browse at the issue level.

atomThe Library’s subscription to Science also provides access to other resources such as Science Advances and Science Careers.

Contact the Library for further information.


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