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NSCC Libraries & Learning Commons Webinar Series Jump into Spring by joining us via Teams for sessions on APA Citation Style and TutorMe!
Open Education Week
Open Education Week 2022 March 7-11, 2022 is Open Education Week! Check out related resources and information sessions happening!
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African Heritage Month 2022 February is African Heritage Month! Check out some resources available at NSCC Libraries!
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Atlantic OER Development Grants 2022 The Council of Atlantic University Libraries (CAUL) is pleased to announce that the Atlantic OER Development Grants 2022 cycle is now open for applications.
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Writing Centre Connect Page Visit the NSCC Writing Centre for support with your writing. We’ll help you plan and strategize for your assignments, provide helpful input and resources, and help you feel more confident about your writing skills!
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Apply for your Student ID card Your Student ID card is an important piece of identification. It gives you access to your campus, NSCC libraries, borrowing laptops, student discounts and more!
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Winter Webinar Series Check out NSCC Libraries and Learning Commons' Winter Webinar Series! Join short sessions on APA Citation Style, researching and organizing papers, TutorMe and much more.
Career Development Guide
Career Development Guide November is Canada Career Month. NSCC Libraries and Learning Commons has guides on Career Development, Preparing for Employment and Portfolio.
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Challenge Nova Scotia NSCC Libraries is pleased to support Challenge Nova Scotia again this year by providing library and copyright assistance to registered teams.
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Celebrating Indigenous content in NSCC Libraries - Connect story NSCC Libraries and Learning Commons is preparing to launch a new initiative to bring added prominence to first-voice, Indigenous content in our collections. Riki Lee Christmas, the NSCC grad that designed the new Indigenous spine label, explains its significance on Connect.
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Indigenous Resources Guide In 1993, Premier John Savage and Mi’kmaw Grand Chief Ben Sylliboy declared October as the official month to recognize and celebrate Mi’kmaw culture and heritage. Visit the Indigenous Resources Guide for information about Mi'kmaq History Month, Nova Scotia Communities, Treaties, Truth and Reconciliation and much more.
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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.
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Virtual Reference Services NSCC Libraries' Virtual References Services open Monday September 27!
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Library Equipment Loan Program 2021-2022 Need to borrow a laptop? Are you an NSCC student? NSCC’s Library Equipment Loan Program starts circulating equipment September 7, 2021.
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NSCC Library Laptop Loan Program For students doing work placements remotely, you can borrow laptops or iPads from your Campus Library.
African Heritage Month : Black History Matters
African Heritage Month February is African Heritage Month! Check out how NSCC Libraries and Learning Commons is celebrating Black History.
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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.
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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.
LinkedIn Learning
LinkedIn Learning An industry leader in online learning with over 335,000 online courses and video tutorials on subjects such as business, software, technology and creative skills.
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Library Laptops Borrow or renew Library Laptops and Other Equipment for the Winter Term!
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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.
Mi'kmaq History Month
Celebrate Treaty Day! October 1st is Treaty Day and October is Mi'kmaq History Month!
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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.
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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.
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Accessibility in Library eResources Guide Check out this guide outlining accessibility features available in NSCC Libraries' database, streaming video, and eBook collections.
Films on Demand Entertainment Video Collection
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.
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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!
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NSCC Libraries December Hours Hours may vary across NSCC Libraries in December. Safe and Happy Holidays to all!
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NSCC Academic Recovery Days NSCC Libraries are open January 2 and 3, 2020 to support you.
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