Academic Resources

There are many resources available at UBC to help support our students academically. Below are some of the resources available that ECE students have access to. We encourage you to use these resources if you need to. To find out more please visit Student Services.

In addition to the below resources, our ECE program staff are on hand to help with concerns or questions our ECE undergraduate and graduate students may have and can arrange a meeting with you if needed. Please see our ECE Staff Directory or contact help@ece.ubc.ca to ask any questions or concerns and your email will be forwarded to the staff member best suited to help you.

Online Learning Resources

New Opportunity:

Linkedin Learning

Linkedin Learning is an award-winning industry leader in online training, with a digital library of over 16,000 courses covering a wide range of technical, business, software and creative topics.  

Students have access to LinkedIn Learning until July 2022 as part of a pilot funded by the AMS and stewarded by the Vice Presidents Students portfolio.    

Keep Learning

Get resources and strategies to overcome challenges you may encounter in online learning.

UBC Library Services

Find research material, use printing and scanning services, or get help on research and citations.

Learning Toolkits

Improve your study techniques, presentation skills, group work, critical thinking, and more.

Feedback On Your Paper

Submit your paper online and get strategies and resources to help improve your writing.

Student Blog Posts

Read tips and resources from students on studying, learning, academics, and more.

Online Support Resources

Academic Advising

In addition to the academic advisors in Engineering Student Services, our ECE staff are also able to help with any concerns or questions our ECE undergraduate and graduate students may have. Please see our ECE Staff Directory or contact help@ece.ubc.ca to ask any questions or concerns and your email will be forwarded to the staff member best suited to help you.

Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communication

Book a one-on-one writing consultation or see online writing resources for research papers.

Peer Coaches or Tutors

Meet with a trained student to identify strategies in improving your studying and learning.

Help with Situations Impacting Your Studies

UBC Centre for Accessibility

The Centre for Accessibility facilitates disability-related accommodations and programming initiatives designed to remove barriers for students with disabilities and ongoing medical conditions. To request an accommodation, please visit their website.

Academic Concessions

An academic concession may be granted for a student when an unexpected situation or circumstance prevents them from completing graded work or exams, whether this is a health concern, a conflicting responsibility, a family emergency, etc.

The Office of the Ombudsperson for Students

The Office of the Ombudsperson for Students works with UBC community members to ensure students are treated fairly and can learn, work and live in a fair, equitable and respectful environment. The UBC Ombuds Office can be contacted for confidential guidance and conflict resolution on academic disputes. Reporting to the President, the office is an independentimpartial and confidential resource for students at UBC, jointly funded by the AMS, GSS and UBC.

Study Spaces

Irving K Barber Bookable Spaces

The space includes access to desktop computers, printing, scanning, and single-occupancy study rooms.

Virtual Collaboration Tools

Use free online study group resources to stay connected to and work with other students.