The Learning Resource Centre collaborates with
Faculty to develop life-long learning skills throughout the Michener community.
"Book the Librarian" to set up a TLrC appointment to discuss all your information, teaching and learning support needs. The LRC can help you discover learning resources to share with your students, develop a hypothesis/research project for your Master's, conduct a systematic review, develop a search strategy, scan literature and more. Students can "Book the Librarian" too for research and referencing support.
The LRC has developed tailored Program Resource Guides for programs that give access to the best print and electronic resources and learning tools, such as an assignment calculator to plan projects working back from assignment due date, a research cycle tutorial to help students map out the research and submit quality papers, and a guide to writing critical reviews. These guides are constantly being updated with the newest and most relevant information sources.
The Resource Guides are available on the LRC website.
The Librarian can help meet your teaching goals and students' learning needs by:
The LRC's wealth of online information resources is available 24/7 via off-site access to the LRC website. Thousands of online journals, e-books, databases and tools are licensed and online for the use of the Michener community, via your MIchener network user name and password.
The Computer Lab (Studio) has 34 computers with additional seating to support learning, teaching and research. It can be booked as an alternative site for exams, as a space for digital and information fluency learning, or as the best space for students to view images in teams.
The AV Viewing Room (Rm.213) offers 7 computers for a smaller setting.
|The ThinkPad (Rm.212) is a smaller conference room, convenient for Faculty interviews or small team work sessions.|
Zotero is a bibliographic reference management tool that helps users keep track of the sources they use for research and formats their references in the appropriate style. It is available at zotero.org. Students and staff can also find information on the Vancouver and APA referencing styles on the LRC website. Accounts are free for faculty and students, and the LRC can answer questions or deliver a Zotero workshop for your students.