Information & Program Delivery staff are available to discuss and collaborate with you on developing library collections. We will attempt to locate and acquire supplementary resources that would be beneficial to your program, courses and students.
Our staff are responsible for developing Library collections for a variety of programs and subject areas. Click here to find your Collection Development Contact.
If you have recommendations for resources you can also fill out our Suggest a Purchase form.
Information & Program Delivery staff can help you find resources for teaching or curriculum development, including
We have an extensive collection of Library Guides for students and faculty. These can be found on our Guides page.
Library staff create guides where a need is evident. We will collaborate with faculty on the creation of new guides also. If your students will benefit from the creation of a subject specific guide, please reach out to your Collection Development contact to begin the conversation. You may also email us at Library@rrc.ca.
Inter-Library Loan is an arrangement between libraries to share resources to users at another library. We will try to borrow material that we do not have in our library from another library that does. This could include books, articles and more. Please see our Inter-Library Loan (ILL) page for full information and the ILL request form.
Information & Program Delivery staff will instruct your students in research tools and methods for their assignments.
Through live sessions we can demonstrate our OneSearch database, subject specific databases, APA basics, research basics, and more. Live sessions are delivered in WebEx, Teams, and in-person when permitted. We can also record specialized library research sessions for use in LEARN.
For more information please visit Reference Services and Library Instruction page in Faculty Support.
We have created a Library Basics Hybrid LEARNing Module with self-directed tutorials in LEARN. This Library Basics course is an ideal way for faculty to introduce students to the Library with modules including:
An APA Basics-to-Advanced module is also available for instructors in import into Learn. Please contact Bettina Allen for more information.
For more informmation visit the Hybrid LEARNING Modules website.
Open Educational Resources (OER) are educational materials such as textbooks, videos, lesson plans, study guides, handouts, and other educational content that can be used for free and without permission. OERs are published under an open license and can be freely adapted to help your students meet the learning outcomes for your course.
We have an OER specialist in the Library who can assist you with locating and using OER for your classes. Please see our full information page for Open Educational Resources in or Faculty Support page.