Spaces and Software

Digital Scholarship Workstations

The UBC Library Research Commons offers the Digital Scholarship machines specifically for collaboration, flexibility, and ease of use for researchers working on data-rich and visually-mediated research. There are three convenient ways to use these machines:

  • On-site, Digital Scholarship lab
  • Short-term, remote use
  • 48-hour, remote use

Learn more about the Digital Scholarship machines, including how to access them.

Presentation Room – Room 548 and 552

NOTE: Audio-visual capabilities (including local presentations) are currently unavailable in the Presentation Room.

The Presentation Room includes a presentation podium with touchscreen control, 2 ceiling-mounted projectors with wired (HDMI and VGA) and wireless connection (AirMedia), 26 chairs and multiple power outlets. It is located in the Koerner Library building, room 548 and 552.

Learn more about the presentation room use policy.

Project Rooms

Seven Project Rooms (Rooms 454, 456, 495, 496, 499, 553, 555) in Koerner Library are available for the research-project work of UBC graduate students and faculty.

To access booking and policy for these rooms, please click here.

Koerner Library Computer Lab – Room 217

There are 20 workstations for students plus an instructor workstation. In addition to the software provided on all library public machines, there is some GIS and statistical analysis software. For more information about software, please go to the Public Computers & Software page.