NorQuest College Library creates research guides for students and staff. Some are specific to a program or class while others are general subject guides. All of them are full of great information! Welcome!
Anatomy & Physiology
Information on the circulatory, digestive, endocrine, immune/lymphatic, integumentary, musculoskeletal, nervous, reproductive, respiratory, sense organs, and urinary systems, including online video.
Biology for Academic Upgrading
Information on biomes, ecosystems, matter & energy, cells, chromosomes, DNA, genetics, body systems such as circulation & respiration, population & adaptation, reproduction & development, including review & tutorials, and online video.
Information on how to find Books & Ebooks, Articles, Indigenous Resources, Cree resources, and Film Studies.
Community Support Worker
Information on Aboriginal history & culture, community support & social issues, law & justice, helping & intervention, health & addictions, domestic violence, computer skills, and communications.
English for Academic Upgrading
Information on Film Studies, Shakespeare, Poetry, Drama, Short Stories, Novels, Literary Symbols, Biography, and General Topics.
Information on how to find Books & Ebooks, Articles, and Websites.
Physics for Academic Upgrading
Information on general physics resources, calculations & conversions, energy & matter, motion & forces, tutorials & review, animations and interactive learning, and online video.
Preparation for Clinical Placement
Information on communication, professionalism, nursing care plans, medication administration, critical thinking, self-evaluation, assessment & documentation, diseases & pathophysiology, and online video for the PN student preparing for clinical placement.
Information on the brain & biology, human development, sensation & perception, consciousness, learning, memory, cognition, language, intelligence, motivation & emotion, personality, psychological disorders, stress & health, therapies, social psychology, and famous psychologists & theories.
Information on how to find Books, Articles, and Resources. Links to Theories, Culture, Socialization, Sex & Gender, Structure & Interaction, Health, Race & Ethnicity, Crime & Deviance, Social Class, and Online Videos.
Information on how to find Books & Ebooks, Articles, Websites, and Videos.
Information on Business Cases, Accounting, Math, Writing, and Prospect Research.
Day Home Provider
Information on rhymes & songs, children's activities, food & nutrition, government links, job search, finding books at NorQuest, and online videos.
Health & Medical
Information on general resources, medical reference, medical terminology, first aid & cpr, pregnancy & infant care, nutrition & fitness, mental health, drugs & pharmaceuticals, alternative medicine, diseases & pathophysiology, occupational health & safety, and statistics for health.
Hospital Unit Clerk
Information on finding books & ebooks, finding articles, medical terminology, business communications, computer skills, diseases & pathophysiology, caring, ethics, community resources, and online video.
Information on how to find Books & Ebooks, Articles, Websites, Prep for PN Math, and Online Videos.
Information on how to find books, articles, and websites, communications, aboriginal history & culture, community support & social issues, domestic violence, health & addictions, helping & intervention, law & justice.
Youth In Transition
Links to resources about Environment, Film Studies, Healthy Living, Novel Studies, Reading & Writing, Study Skills, etc.
College Wide Learning Outcomes
Information on Creative & Critical Thinking, Inclusive Culture, Community Citizenship, and Communication & Collaboration
APA Citation & Format Guide
Information on using the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association to cite, including examples.
MLA Citation & Format Guide
Information and examples on using the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers , published by the Modern Languages Association.
Learn to Research
Information on the First Steps, the Topic, the Question, Keywords, How to Find info, evaluating sources, Citation, and How-To Videos.
The conditions of use for ebooks & databases and resources about copyright.
Open Educational Resources
Information on Open Educational Resources (OER). Learn about the diverse range of OER currently available, how to locate OER, evaluate OER, create OER, and modify OER. Links to OER repositories, Open Textbooks, Open Courseware and Multimedia resources.
Information on Citing, Paraphrasing, APA 6th Ed., MLA 7th Ed., and More Resources & Activities.
English as a Second Language
Information on Dictionaries, Listening & Speaking, Reading & Writing, Countries of the World, Test Help, Online Video, Any Topic, and resources for Instructors.
Skills for Employment Glossary
A picture dictionary of tools used in food service, the office, child care, custodial and janitorial, warehousing and logistics, retail industry, and personal support work.
This guide covers pathophysiology subjects, linking to many online library resources as well as reputable websites.
Information Literacy Guide for NorQuest Faculty
This guide was created to raise awareness about the role of information literacy in student learning, and to assist instructors with integrating curriculum to address students' varying information literacy skill levels and needs.
This guide directs you to indigenous education resources, websites, organizations, and curriculum materials.
The Writing Centre
The Writing Centre is a place where students can build their skills and become more confident, independent writers.
New to online learning? Find information and tips for success in your online learning.
Academic Skills for Success
Resources to help you become a more Active Learner. An Active Learner is someone who is excited about learning and looks for ways to help themselves succeed in their studies.
Experienced, professional tutors can help you in-person or online for FREE.
NorQuest College Library offers online tutorials focusing on the most important information literacy skills. Using interactive activities, the tutorials teach skills relating to finding, using, citing and evaluating information
A Human Library is an event in which people with diverse backgrounds or unique life experiences volunteer to be living books that readers are able to “borrow” for conversation.