UVic Special Collections

University of Victoria Special Collections serves as a research and teaching resource for students, faculty, and the community at large. Its mandate is to collect, preserve, and make accessible rare books, manuscripts, architectural plans, photographs, and oral history interviews. Special Collections provides a reference service and allows instructors to deliver classes using material from the collection within the Special Collections classroom. Learn more

Digital Scholarship Commons

The DSC assists faculty, students, and staff in learning digital tools and methodologies to help them pursue their passions and tell their research stories in engaging ways, in a welcoming, equitable, and diverse environment. They encourage interdisciplinary work across campus in order to spark cross-disciplinary conversations. They offer services to help our UVic community become well-versed in digital information fluency through one-on-one training, workshops, digital curriculum development advice, tools, software, and more. Learn more


Hanging indentations giving you a headache? Confused by colon use? Paranoid about structuring your paragraphs? The UVic Centre for Academic Communication is here for you!

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Honours Adviser

Who? Dr. Magdalena Kay (she/her) Contact:

Dr. Kay is available to help students who are interested in learning more about the English Honours program, applying to the program and discussing requirements. 

Undergraduate Literature Adviser

Who? Dr. Erin Ellerbeck Contact:

Dr. Carson will be able to help you with recommendations and course planning, degree requirements, CAPP report reviews, future education as well as how to fill out declaration forms.

Academic and Technical Writing Program Director  

Who? Dr. Erin Kelly (she/her) Contact:

Dr. Kelly will be able to help you figure out if ATWP courses would be best for you.