Equity and Inclusion Guides The Equity and Inclusion Guides are collections of resources put together by NSCC Librarians in close consultation with NSCC colleagues and community partners. The guides provide current and reliable information, statistics and links to community organizations.
Freedom to Read Week Freedom to Read Week is an annual event that encourages Canadians to think about and reaffirm their commitment to intellectual freedom, which is guaranteed them under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Winter Webinar Series NSCC Libraries and Learning Commons are delivering daily webinars on a variety of topics that range from academic integrity, how to write a paper and citing sources, as well as searching NSCC Libraries’ electronic resources.
Persons with Disabilities Resources Guide December 3 is International Day of People with Disabilities. This guide is an introduction to concepts and a gateway to resources around disability information, supports, legislation and rights.
Library Curbside Pickup and Returns Service Curbside pickup is available for library resources for all NSCC students, faculty, and staff, as well as alumni and community members. Learn more about this service and how it works on your campus.
CSA OnDemand CSA OnDemand is a searchable library of standards from the Canadian Standards Association. It provides continually updated standards for online viewing and downloadable PDFs. Select "My Library" to access available content.
Criterion-on-Demand Criterion-on-Demand hosts over 2,600 feature film & documentary titles from a wide variety of major producers, including, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., 20th Century Fox, Alliance Films, Entertainment One, Mongrel Media, and many more! These titles include English, French and Subtitled/Captioned versions.
Films on Demand Entertainment Video Collection Action! Horror! Comedy! Romance! The new Entertainment Video Collection offers more than 600 films ranging from light-hearted popcorn flicks to thought-provoking dramas.
I Read Canadian Day February 19, 2020 is I Read Canadian Day, a national day of celebration of Canadian books for young people. The goal is to raise awareness of Canadian books and celebrate the richness, diversity and breadth of Canadian literature. Visit your Campus Library and check out a Canadian book!