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Daring Greatly At Red River: A Short Introduction to Brene Brown

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

brene-brown.JPGIn June 2010, a Texas researcher took the stage at TEDx Houston to deliver a talk about vulnerability, an abstract concept with huge applications as well as implications. The talk that gave Brene Brown a ‘vulnerability hangover’ at first, now numbers over thirty million views in addition to her bestselling books, the latest Braving The Wilderness explores the sticky concept of belonging in an increasingly divisive world. >> Read more

Breast Cancer Awareness: Video Resources

Thursday, October 12, 2017

​​October-is-BCA-month-768x964.pngBreast cancer has been identified as one of the most common types of cancer in Cana​da. Your awareness of prevention methods, risk factors and screening techniques can influence the survival of you and/or your loved ones. In honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we have the following videos on display outside Media Services at NDC Library. >> Read more

RRCLibrary is on Instagram!

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

rrc-library icon.JPGWe are proud to say the​ Red River College Library has recently begun posting on Instagram! Tune in to our Instagram channel at "rrclibrary" and follow along as we continue our library related feed. >> Read more​

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

breast-cancer-awareness-month-300x300.pngBreast cancer is a complex disease with no known single cause. In 2015, it is estimated that 25,000 women and 220 men in Canada will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and that 5,000 women and​ 60 men will die from the disease. Check out the Notre Dame Campus Library window display, which highlights books and materials chosen to help you to learn more about this topic. >> Read more 

Videos for Mental Illness Awareness #MIAW17

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

​​One in five Canadians will experience a mental health problem or illness in a given year. Many such victims face the reality that misconceptions about mental illness abound. Reducing stigma and increasing awareness of mental illness is the main purpose of Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 1-7, 2017). In honour of MIAW, we have posted a list of videos that are on display outside Media Services in the Notre Dame Campus Library. >> Read more

Mental Illness Awareness Week

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

I-am-not-sick-I-dont-need-help-1.jpgMental Illness Awaren​ess Week (MIAW) is an annual national public education campaign designed to help open the eyes of Canadians to the reality of mental illness. One of MIAW’s major initiatives is the Faces of Mental Illness campaign, a national outreach campaign featuring the stories of Canadians living in recovery from mental illness. Thousands of pieces of MIAW posters, brochures, and bookmarks featuring the Faces are disseminated to hundreds of organizations across Canada in an effort to raise awareness and end the stigma associated with mental illness. ​>> Read more

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The designer's dictionary of color

Friday, 20 October, 2017

@TitleThe Designer’s Dictionary of Color provides an in-depth look at 30 colors key to art and graphic design. Organized by spectrum, in color-by-color sections for easy navigation, this book documents each hue with charts showing color range and palette variations. Chapters detail each color’s creative history and cultural associations, with examples of color use that extend from the artistic to the utilitarian—whether the turquoise on a Reid Miles album cover or the avocado paint job on a 1970s Dodge station wagon

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Word of the Day

Friday, October 20, 2017


[on-bawrd-in] Noun

The act or process of orienting and training a new employee.


A good plan for onboarding leads to higher employee engagement and greater retention rates.

Credit: http://www.merriam-webster.com

Submitted by: Joan Boersma

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Publishers threaten to remove millions of papers from ResearchGate

Friday, October 20, 2017

Millions of articles might soon disappear from ResearchGate, the world’s largest scholarly social network. Last week, five publishers said they had formed a coalition that would start ordering ResearchGate to remove research articles from its site because they breach publishers' copyright. A spokesperson for the group said that up to 7 million papers could be affected, and that a first batch of take-down notices, for around 100,000 articles, would be sent out “imminently”.

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