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Teaching Resources

Introduction

Library Services supports teaching and learning at NSCC through the provision of resources, services and programs. Library Services collaborates with faculty in developing resource materials for students, building Reserve collections, developing and delivering workshops customized to the information needs of a program as well as providing access to effective web resources for faculty and their students.

Copyright

College students, faculty and staff are guided by Canadian copyright legislation and need to adhere to specific guidelines and specifications.

Creating Links to Articles

Discover how to set up a web link to a full-text article in many of the College's databases to e-mail to students or link to from a faculty web page.

Information Literacy

Explore the concept of information literacy and how faculty can partner with Library Services in developing the information search and retrieval skills of their students.

Journal Search and Alert Service

Explore the ability to set up a profile some of the Library's databasesthat will save a search to be run at a later time or a Table of Contents of a favourite journal e-mailed as new issues are published.

Programs and Workshops

Library Services develops and delivers library instruction workshops and programs designed to increase a student's information literacy skills. Browse a number of library workshops that are available for faculty and their students and consult with Campus Library staff to determine the most effective program.

Research Guide

Visit the Library Service's Research Guide which is a step by step guide to completing research. Consult with Campus Library staff as to how this guide could be incorporated into a College program.

Reserve Services

The Library Services' Reserves system enables faculty to create a temporary collection in their Campus Library that supports the information needs of their program's students.

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Updated November 27, 2015