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Standards

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Sarah Parker
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Contact:
sarah.parker@ubc.ca
604-822-7918

Physical Sciences and Engineering Librarian

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Kevin Lindstrom
Contact:
Woodward Library
2198 Health Sciences Mall
Vancouver, BC Canada
V6T 1Z3
604 822-0695
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Librarian, Okanagan Campus

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Barbara Sobol

Getting Started

What are Standards?
 

Standards are agreed-upon specifications and guidelines for the performance, operation or composition of a product or process. Regulatory agencies create standards that have legal weight; other organizations create standards that are adopted voluntarily because they provide a means of correlating measures and create a common ground. More information on why you would use a standard is available in this video from the BSI British Standards.

Don't see the standard you're looking for in this guide?

  • Contact one of the librarians listed on this page to request a specific standard.
  • Ask your librarian for help.
  • Contact Vancouver Public Library's Central Branch. It may have some standards that UBC Library does not - call 604-331-3603 to check.

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