|Facility:||University of British Columbia Okanagan Library|
|Address:||3333 University Way, Kelowna, B.C. Canada V1V 1V7|
|Phone:||(250) 807-9107 or (250) 807-9128|
|Hours:||7:00am-12:00am Mon.-Thurs., 7:00am-10:00pm Fri., 9:00am-10:00pm Sat., 10:00am-10:00pm Sun.|
|Reference Hours:||10:00am-5:00pm Mon.-Fri., 12:00pm-5:00pm Sat.|
For up-to-date hours and holiday closing information, please see the Okanagan Library website.
The Okanagan Library was opened in 2005 as part of the Okanagan campus for the University of British Columbia. Its role is to support the students, faculty, staff, and local community on the campus, located in Kelowna, B.C.
For more information on the Japanese collection, please contact Marjorie Mitchell at 250-807-9147 or by email.
The University of British Columbia's digital repository, cIRcle is an open access initiative created by the UBC community. It is designed to showcase and preserve the university's intellectual work while keeping it freely available to anyone on the web. For more information, please read the "Getting Started with cIRcle" webpage.
This page contains links to all databases to which access is provided by the University of British Columbia Libraries, browsable by subject or title, and searchable by keyword or title. Many of these databases are only accessible from an on-campus location.
Collection size: as of January 2014 the library contained over 190,000 items of which slightly over 300 are in Japanese. The Okanagan Library collection is primarily focused on history and political science. There is a small collection of Japanese dictionaries, grammar books, and magazines, as well as a small collection of audiovisual materials in both English and Japanese.
Online catalog: http://search.library.ubc.ca/
This is a complete list of all research guides developed by the University of British Columbia Libraries staff, browsable by subject or course, and searchable by keyword.
This webpage includes links to popular citation websites, as well as guides for how to cite different information resources according to different styles, including APA, MLA, Chicago, and IEEE.