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BC Libraries Cooperative: Notification of Privacy Breach - On April 25, 2024, the BC Libraries Cooperative notified Emily Carr University (ECU) that the organization had experienced a cybersecurity attack, resulting in a privacy breach. The attack impacted the Cooperative’s Integrated Library System (ILS), which provides the ECU Library with various services such as support for managing, cataloguing, and circulating library materials.

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Reciprocal borrowing

Credit students, staff or faculty from BC colleges and universities who participate in the CPSLD reciprocal borrowing agreement are eligible for a community borrower card. Check to see if your institution is listed here:

Emily Carr University Students, Staff & Faculty

If you are an Emily Carr University credit student, staff or faculty member you have borrowing privileges at other BC college and university libraries. We recommend that you contact the library you would like to borrow from and inquire about registering as a reciprocal borrower before going there so you know what documents to bring with you. Please note, all items must be returned directly to the library you borrowed them from.

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