The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) is located on the ground floor of Southcott Hall, and provides an expanding collection of books, periodicals, A-V and computer software to support the Centre for Nursing Studies curricula and to foster independent learning.
The LRC is an integral part of the Centre for Nursing Studies and has an important role in the facilitation of its educational programs. The Learning Resource Centre provides instruction in the use of information resources, and equips students with information retrieval and management skills which will enable them to become independent and life-long learners.
The Learning Resource Centre provides high quality information services and resources to students, faculty and staff.
Use of the Learning Resource Centre
Faculty and students have usage and borrowing privileges at the Learning Resource Centre. Students are issued a card which must be presented when borrowing materials or booking facilities. Distance students must provide their student ID number when borrowing materials.
Students are encouraged to make use of all LRC services and resources. Students are responsible for following usage policies to ensure equitable access to resources and facilities for all. Anyone not adhering to policies may have their usage privileges revoked.
LRC staff is happy to assist faculty, students and staff with any questions or problems they may have in locating materials, using reference tools or other related inquiry.