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Friday, March 6, 2015

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Phlebotomy : procedures & practices

Friday, 06 March, 2015

@Titlean essential reference tool for working health care professionals as well as students in allied health care programs who have an understanding of basic health care concepts. Focusing strictly on the principles of phlebotomy, including procedures related to sample collection, this go-to handbook provides information in a quick reference format and makes this an ideal on-the-job resource by emphasizing safety and patient comfort

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Library Word of the Day

Friday, March 6, 2015


[poi-gnant]Arousing or expressing deep emotions, esp. of sorrow or regret; keenly or deeply moving or affecting; (now esp. of art, literature, etc.) evoking a sense of sorrowful tenderness; touching.


Bridge to Terebithia by Katherine Paterson remains the most poignant children's novel I ever read. 

Credit: Oxford English Dictionary

Submitted by: Fatima DeMelo

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50 Best Sci-Fi Movies of the 1970s

Friday, March 6, 2015

It was the decade that gave the world the maverick New Hollywood drama, the Nixon-era paranoid thriller, the slasher flick, the all-star disaster movie, the gross-out comedy and the modern mega-blockbuster. But the Seventies were particularly kind to one specific cul-de-sac of cinema: the science fiction film. Here is a list of the best sci-fi movies from the 1970s.

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International Women’s Day

Friday, March 6, 2015

A selection of books in honor of International Women's Day featuring fiction, and non-fiction stories by female authors, will be showcased to commemorate International Women's Day at the John and Bonnie Buhler Library during the month of March. The first official International Women's Day was held in 1911. This year's theme, for International Women's day is "Make it Happen" encouraging effective action for advancing and recognizing women. >> Read More

El Bulli and the Genius of Ferran Adrià

Friday, March 6, 2015

Like many of you perhaps, my first exposure to Ferran Adria came courtesy of Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations​. Apart from the work I do in helping to select books and resources for the library, my exposure to the world of restaurant kitchens has really been limited to friends who cook. >> Read More

Are You Curious About Curio?

Friday, February 27, 2015

Have you missed some episodes of The Book of Negroes on CBC? Not to worry, Red River College Library subscribes to, a streaming video collection of the best in educational content from CBC and Radio-Canada. You'll find plenty of streaming CBC educational content such as documentaries and news reports. >> Read More

Research Guides: Sources Tailored for You

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Written assignments can seem like a chore. Getting started is the hardest part, though eventually you select a topic and decide on the kinds of sources you will use to conduct your research. Here at RRC Library, we have done some of this filtering and gathering for you. You will find of all kinds of sources conveniently organized in the RRC Library Research Guides.

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