No. But we do have millions of online journal articles. And many books are now online.
Most of the Library's online materials are by subscription only. UBC Library buys a licence which permits UBC students, faculty and staff to access online books & journal articles. Computers on campus have an internet address recognized as belonging to UBC users -- access is easy.
But what if you are at home? Your computer's internet address will not be recognized as belonging to UBC. You will need to be authenticated as a UBC student in a different way.
Also, get access to library resources when you find them "outside the library" websites, like Google. Add the Library Access link to your browser once and you are all set. See: https://guides.library.ubc.ca/connect/ll
There are also several physical libraries that you may use as students and later as alumni. Woodward Library houses the nursing collections. You may also visit other branches for interdisciplinary topics. See: http://hours.library.ubc.ca/
Try the free and fast delivery service for books between the Biomedical Branch, the Okanagan and the Point Grey campus. We can usually deliver articles to you via the web. Find out more information at http://www.library.ubc.ca/home/docdel.html
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