CTS: Media, Design and Communication Arts materials are located in RDP Library's Curriculum Collection, on the second floor of the Library.
Books are organized by broad subject area. All CTS materials have a prominent CTS sticker on the spine to make them easily identifiable.
Acknowledgement of Problematic Subject Headings
Red Deer Polytechnic Library recognizes that our catalogue and resource descriptions contain language that reflects the biases, norms, and perspectives of the time in which they were created. In particular, for resources about persons and groups, this language is often outdated and harmful. These descriptions also incorporate controlled vocabularies, such as the Library of Congress Subject Headings, which include some headings (e.g., Indians of North America), that are offensive or inappropriate. We use international standards for description, but support and actively participate in efforts to update and change these practices as we strive for descriptions that are inclusive, respectful, and do not cause harm. We acknowledge the critical importance of community consultation in these efforts, and as residents on Treaty 7 and Treaty 6 territories and Métis Region 3 we commit to working together with our local communities to make these changes.
If you want to find all of the titles of resources that have been authorized for a particular CTS curriculum cluster, go to the Authorized Learning Resources Database and choose one of the following curriculum headings using the drop-down menu:
To find out if Red Deer Polytechnic Library has the item you are looking for, enter the title into one of the search boxes above.
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