Audrey & Harry Hawthorn Library & Archives (Museum of Anthropology Reading Room)
The Audrey and Harry Hawthorn Library and Archives includes a library, archives and the Oral History and Language Lab. The library includes 12,000 books, journals, MOA staff publications, and other unique resources relating primarily to museology, Northwest Coast material culture, and world ceramics and textiles. The Archives holds records generated by MOA as well as relevant records from private individuals. No materials in the Library and Archives can be borrowed, but most can be reproduced and many can now be accessed online.
The service mandate of Crane Library is transcribing text and course materials for students, staff, and faculty members who require alternatives to print, as well as providing technical resources that permit independent access to information.
The Geographic Information Centre (GIC) offers support services for Geography undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and the general public. The holdings form a teaching, reference and research collection located in the Department of Geography.
The ICICS/CS Reading Room provides in-house information resources and assistance for Computer Science and ICICS students, faculty and researchers, as well as alumni and the general public. Resources include a current core library collection, electronic resources and course reserves for CPSC, CPEN and others.
Kinkade Reading Room and Language Archives (Linguistics)
UBC Department of Linguistics
UBC Botanical Garden Library and Reading Room
The UBC Botanical Garden Library and Reading Room houses a collection of over 3000 books and selections from over 150 magazine, journal, and periodical titles.