Research strategies for finding the best resources for your assignments.
Research Guide for UBC Library
A list of some of the many open-access sites available. The Library homepage also has ideas for where to find resources if you cannot access UBC library.
Open Access Resources
Whenever you use someone else's words or ideas in a paper or presentation, you must indicate the information is borrowed by citing your source. This applies to books, articles, web pages, images, sounds, TV/film clips and DVDs.
Citation Guide: APA, MLA, Chicago
This site gives you access to a collection of primary sources, made up of nearly 200 million pages of digitized historical content – maps, photos, newspapers, manuscripts, pamphlets, portraits, and much more.
Finding Primary Sources
St. Mark’s and Corpus Christi Colleges follow UBC copyright guidelines. This guide gives you a basic introduction to Canadian Copyright Law and has links to sites for more information.
Copyright Guidelines for Students
A guide to First Nations resources available at St. Mark’s library, UBC libraries and online.
First Nations Research
A guide to journal resources available at St. Mark’s library and online at UBC libraries. Print journals are only for use in the library and cannot be borrowed. (These journals will not be available until the library is open.)
St. Mark’s and Corpus Christi Colleges follow UBC copyright guidelines. This guide gives a basic introduction to Canadian Copyright Law and using copyrighted materials for teaching, and includes links to sites for more information. Copyright Guidelines for Faculty
Zotero Video Tutorial
Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research.