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Earth & Ocean Sciences - Fall 2020

UVic Libraries Fall 2020 Update [Fall 2020 Orientation Videos, Guides, PPTs]

Welcome to UVic Libraries!

The Mearns Centre for Learning - McPherson Library is located at the heart of campus. While our library buildings remain closed at present, we're committed to supporting you this Fall 2020 semester. View the Libraries Fall 2020 available online services and check now and then for updates

Explore the UVic Libraries website to discover the Libraries' online resources for your course work and research. Also, "like/follow" the Libraries Social Media posts: Instagram I Facebook I Twitter I YouTube | LibraryNews

For Grad Students new to the UVic Libraries: A PPT presented September 7, 2020 at the UVic Libraries Grad Orientation, provides a helpful introduction to the UVic Libraries online resources and services. Also a new Library Guide for Grad Students is now available.

For Undergrads new to the UVic Libraries, see a new Fall 2020 Orientation Guide:

For everyone interested in online workshops about new software and research tools [3D, Virtual Reality, Data Visualization, PodCasting, etc.] check the Libraries Digital Scholarship Commons [DSC]:

View the UVic Libraries 360 video tour below to familiarize yourself with some of the key academic supports available to you. Normally we would encourage you to explore the Library in person as part of your orientation to UVic, but please know that library staff and librarians are here to help you, virtually, however we can.  askus@uvic.ca

Introducing the UVic Science Librarians

The UVic Science Librarians have created a video to introduce ourselves and to welcome you to the UVic Libraries. [Fall 2020].

The video is about 6 minutes long, and in the spirit of interdisciplinary science, we invite you to view the entire video as each of us adds different aspects to the story of how your UVic Science Librarians can support your research and teaching. We are looking forward to working with you. 

Territorial Acknowledgement

UVic Libraries acknowledges with respect…

the Lekwungen peoples on whose traditional territory the University of Victoria stands, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue  to this day.

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