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David Lam Library Remote Access Guide

This guide contains all relevant library resources and information for UBC Sauder students during the campus closure.

Hybrid Drop in Research Help

Many of your class assignments will require you to find high quality information on an industry, company, consumer group, location or other business topics.

 Visit us in person!

Starting September 2021, you can drop by the library for in-person research help anytime from 1pm to 4pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, in room CLC 220.

Visit us on Zoom Mondays!

On Monday afternoons, we are offering remote research help on Zoom. Drop by our Zoom meeting room anytime from 1pm to 4pm on Mondays to get live research help from a professional business librarian.

For Zoom Mondays, join via browser in 4 easy steps:
1. Go to zoom.us/join
2. Enter Meeting ID: 604-822-9400
3. Passcode: 164492
4. Click Join

Or you can just click on this Link to access our Zoom drop in Research Help on Monday afternoons. No appointment necessary!

Staffing these drop-in hours is dependent on librarian availability and could change without notice. If no one is available during the regular drop-in hours, please submit your request via email: lam.ref@ubc.ca

Email a Question

Email Us

Not available during these times?
Send us an email at lam.ref@ubc.ca and we will get back to you within two business days.

AskAway

AskAway is a virtual reference service designed to help university students get instant help with their research. Librarians from around the province answer questions on aspects of the library research process – from finding articles and books on a topic to formatting citations in a completed assignment.

The chat service is staffed by UBC Library, but at peak service times or off-hours, you may be connected with a librarian from another academic library.