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NorQuest Library is dedicated to teaching students how to find and choose the most appropriate resources for assignments. We will help you do this efficiently, saving you valuable time.
Feel free to drop by the Information Desk if you have a question about your assignment or need help finding books and information.
Are you a new user of the NorQuest Library? Have a look at our NorQuest Library Basics guide to learn how to do things like access databases, renew your checked out items, and more.
The Library collection includes print and audiovisual materials, ebooks, online video and databases. You may request to have something considered for addition to the library collection.
Use the form on this page to request the following:
The library is an essential part of the NorQuest Community, providing innovation and excellence in the delivery of library services and resources both face-to-face and at a distance. We champion the development of information literacy skills in our diverse college community.
The NorQuest College librarians are:
Self-Guided TourLibrary Tour for LINC students - CLB 3 - 5
Our library tutorials have been designed so students can learn on their own. Link to them in Moodle or show them in class.
Visit our Library Services for Faculty guide for complete information on our services for faculty.
Our Information Literacy Guide for NorQuest Faculty can answer that question and help you to incorporate information literacy into your curriculum.
Sign yourself up for the Academic Integrity Course, created by the Office of Student Judicial Affairs. Please note that the course is not offered during Summer Term.
Need extra help understanding course material, developing reading and writing skills, or fine-tuning your study strategies? Experienced tutor-coaches are available to help! Tutorial Services are free for all NorQuest students, and available online or in-person.
You can get drop-in help Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM, and Saturdays between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM. We are located in the Learner Centre on the 2nd floor of the Singhmar Centre for Learning, Downtown Campus. Distance, online, regional, and evening students can book appointments to meet a tutor online.
The Writing Centre is a place where our students can build their skills and become more confident, independent writers.
View the Writing Centre's full page to discover more about Drop-in schedule, resources, workshops, etc.
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