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  • Thanks to everyone who responded to our library survey. There were a total of 476 responses, 424 from students. This represents over 25% of our student population. This is a huge response rate!

    Most people preferred to use the Library on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday afternoons. You also said that you wanted the Library to be open on both Saturday and Sunday. We heard what you had to say, and changed our hours for the Spring semester. We'll be open both Saturday and Sunday 1pm - 5pm.

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    Obviously we think the Library is important. But 97% of you rated the Library "important to extremely important". Wow!

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  • A bunch of delightful stereoscopic photography books arrived. A keyword search for 'stereoscopic' will find most of these books including:

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  • Who are you? Jeff Werner, Industrial Design graduate 2009

    Where do you work? I'm a graphic and exhibit designer at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the University of British Columbia.

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  • Berg Fashion Library provides integrated text and image content on world dress and fashion throughout history. It includes the Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion, an extensive e-book collection, a vast image bank including images from the Victoria & Albert Museum collection, extra reference resources and more.

    Berg has been shortlisted for the DEA's Education Entrepreneur of the Year 2010. The Berg Fashion Library was one of hundreds of products entered for consideration for this award, and Berg is proud to be one of the five finalists.

    In 2011, 2,000 images will be added from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute collection.

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  • Emily Carr University now has a National Film Board of Canada Public Exhibition License.

    Hundreds of NFB films and all content on the NFB website are now available to the Emily Carr University community for free public exhibition in streaming mode in classrooms or anywhere on campus. Downloading or reproduction of material on the website is not included in this site license.

    Questions about our NFB Public Exhibition License? Contact Larissa Beringer or Danuta Zwierciadlowski

    http://www.nfb.ca/

  • Curated by MinJoo Hur, SuJin Lim, Sohee Park, and Joyce Seo.
    December 6 to 13, 2010
     

    Re(ady)Made presents the work of artists who alter existing books to produce new publications. Considering that books are made up of form and content that interplay to generate ideas, it is difficult to draw a defining line that differentiates whether the artists made changes solely to either the form or the content. There are, however, many artists who have taken the extreme to either side.

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  • Curated by Tiago Ramos, Takao Shimoda, Lauren Everall, and Jordan Rivera
    December 6 to 13, 2010

    Publication—the act of bringing before the public; announcement  

    Propaganda—the organized dissemination of information, allegations, etc., to assist or damage the cause of government, movement, etc.

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  • What's your name? Kara Pecknold 

    Where do you work? I teach foundation courses in design, lead seminars in Design Culture and Ecological Perspectives in Design and most recently developed a Continuing Studies course called Designing Social Change.

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  • The Library has a trial to the Art & Architecture Complete database, and we are looking for your feedback. The trial lasts until January 1, 2011.

    Art & Architecture Complete is a comprehensive database that includes 730 academic journals, magazines and trade publications with full text for over 330 periodicals and 215 books, as well as selective coverage for over 70 publications, and an Image Collection of over 64,000 images. The database has been designed for use by a diverse audience that includes art scholars, artists, designers, college students, and general viewers.

    Please send any feedback to library@ecuad.ca.

  • November 29 to December 5, 2010
    Curated by Eleni Nikoletsos, Kari Kleinmann, and Erika Rannali

    FORM is an exhibition of artists’ publications that asks the question, “What is a book?”

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