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by Eseohe Ojo – Date: October 29, 2020 @4:14 pm

This semester has been unlike any others before it. One of the big changes has been limited physical access to the library and its resources. Due to COVID-19, library branches within the UBC and UofT campuses either offer very limited services or remain entirely closed. However, this does not mean that students are left without […]

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by Rachael Bradshaw – Date: October 23, 2020 @8:52 pm

Guest Post: Fake News! Who Cares! by Johnson Huang After a long day of staring at Zoom lectures and taking notes, you catch up on your social media sites like Twitter and Instagram for some semblance of relaxation, and you are bombarded by news story after news story. The Amazon forest is burning to the […]

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by Rachael Bradshaw – Date: October 15, 2020 @3:41 pm

As students, many of us are digging in to our online semester and adjusting to online student life. Frankly though, this adjustment can be tough, and from conversations with my friends and reading other students’ social media posts, I have found in my experience that some students are not okay with some of the things […]

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by samantha summers – Date: October 8, 2020 @1:19 pm

As the world becomes more accustomed to working remotely and from home, it occurred to us here at the Digital Tattoo that we are something like experts in the area of making workplace magic happen from afar. Since our establishment in 2009, our team has worked together while split between Vancouver and Toronto. With all […]

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by samantha summers – Date: July 29, 2020 @10:12 am

Once upon a time, online courses were a novelty. A department might have offered one online course per year, or perhaps a professor might have decided to offer sessions online when they couldn’t be present in-person. In any case, they were rare, and the majority of students at Canadian universities went their whole lives without […]

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