The following brief video introduces the main features of the UBC Library homepage.
To access many of the Library's services you will need to obtain your UBCcard. This is also your Library card, and you can apply for it online or in-person at the Carding Office in the UBC Bookstore.
Apply for your barcode at the beginning of term - before you actually need it. The carding office processes barcode requests at the start of each business day.
As a UBC student, you have full access to the wide range of print and electronic collections through the Library from home, as well as in person. To get instant access to online Journals, Indexes & Databases, and other Library licensed resources from off-campus locations you can use EZproxy.
You'll need your Campus-Wide Login (CWL) or your UBCcard's barcode and PIN.
If you live at a distance from a UBC campus you can register for delivery services. You will need to do this before requesting home delivery of print materials or interlibrary loans services. To learn more about home delivery and interlibrary loans, click the Your Library at Home tab on the top left side of this guide.