UBC Alumni can access many of the UBC Library's electronic resources. Graduates with an authorized Campus-Wide Login (CWL) and UBC Alumni A-Card can get remote access to these resources. Sign up for a UBC Alumni A-Card in-person or online.
This guide provides information about the growing number of the major resources available to you from off campus after you graduate from UBC.
To see a full list of UBC Library electronic resources available to alumni click here.
The following are a list of the most popular electronic resources available to alumni. They are a good place to start in your searching, and include journals, e-books and other electronic resources.
A collection of 46 annual series of critical reviews written by leaders in their field. Disciplines range from Biomedical, Life, Physical and Social Sciences including Economics.
The Cambridge Core platform provides access to over 30,000 ebooks and more than 380 peer-reviewed journals. Ebooks include partner presses Edinburgh University Press, Liverpool University Press, Anthem Press, Facet Publishing.
Includes more than 4,150 full-text journals from many of the top academic and business publishers worldwide.
Access to all ebooks published by MIT Press, over 3000 titles, dating back to the first date of publication, with many key subject areas in arts, humanities, social sciences, business, and science.
Project Muse provides access to almost 700 journals from scholarly publishers and thousands of peer-reviewed digital books from major university presses and scholarly publishers in the humanities and social sciences.
Biographical and critical accounts of the lives and works together with contextual materials relevant to critical and historical readings.
Sage Journals Online provides access to more than 520 journals in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Science, Technology and Medicine.
A web-based research methods tool created to support researchers and students as they explore relevant content across the social and behavioral sciences, covering quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods.
Provides access to a multidisciplinary collection of ebooks from Taylor & Francis. Imprints include Routledge, CRC Press and Garland Science.
Provides access to over 6 million articles from over 1500 journals, over 16,000 online books, and hundreds of reference works, laboratory protocols and databases.
A program of databases comprised of unique or rare historical primary sources, digitized from leading societies, libraries, and archives around the world.