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December 8, 2022
Jennifer Anaquod, Indigenous Curriculum and Pedagogy Advisor, in partnership with the Library, is hosting Tea & Bannock Pedagogy Talks. Join Jennifer and members of our Library team at the pedagogy talk to unpack indigenization and decolonizatio...
November 17, 2022
Every year, education institutions, governments, and not-for-profits around the world join together in November to celebrate International Education Week. This week serves as a great opportunity to recognize the value of education abroad and at h...
November 14, 2022
Many people come to the Douglas College Library in search of stories – in books, in journals, in films – but few consider coming to the Douglas College Archives (DCA). This isn't so surprising. After all, a library offers finished products while ...
September 22, 2022
New streaming collection of movies, Audio Cine Films. Hundreds of popular movies and classics in multiple languages. The majority of new releases are added within 1-2 days of being released in Blu-ray and DVD.
Browse our other streaming collect...
September 6, 2022
Douglas College Library is pleased to announce the launch of our new Archives Database, an online resource for searching our collections.
The Douglas College Archives is home to 548 audiovisual recordings, over 3,000 photographs, and nearly 6,...
November 29, 2021
Try our new Bose S1 Portable PA System! Connect a combination of up to two mics or musical instruments, or play audio via Bluetooth or aux cord. Battery provides up to 11 of hours playtime. Ideal for a variety of small size PA activities - recomm...
July 23, 2021
For over 100 years Oxford World’s Classics have brought readers closer to the world’s great literature, and for the first time they are being brought together on a single online resource.
Currently providing access to novels, and other writi...
July 21, 2021
Oxford University Press' Very Short Introductions series offers concise and original introductions to a wide range of subjects — from Public Health to Buddhist Ethics, Soft Matter to Classics, and Art History to Globalization. Each volume provide...
June 18, 2021
This new addition to our circulating equipment collection is a wireless, pocket-sized scanning pen for exams that reads text out loud with a human-like voice. This means students who have reading difficulties, such as dyslexia, or English languag...
June 3, 2021
Thanks to funding from the Research and Innovation Office (RIO), the library is pleased to be able to provide online full-text coverage of the Vancouver Sun newspaper from its inception in 1912 to 2010. An excellent resource chronicling the histo...