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The Research Common is a place where faculty, staff, and students can get assistance with research and scholarly activities, including:
RDC's Research Common is located in the Library Information Common.
To connect with someone from the Research Common, send an email to email@example.com
Find scholarly and creative work by RDC faculty, staff, and students.
About the RDC Digital Repository
A digital repository is a place to manage, store, and make discoverable digital content. Content can include journal articles, e-learning objects, and other scholarly, research, and creative works.
Many postsecondary institutions have a digital repository; they are especially prevalent in universities. The Library has always collected materials written by RDC faculty (known as the RDC Authors Collection) in primarily print formats. A digital repository will allow RDC to collect scholarly, research, and creative works of faculty, staff, and students in a digital format, making these works more discoverable and accessible.
The RDC Digital Repository is an open access digital collection of scholarly and creative works by RDC faculty, staff, and students, plus institutional documents.
Contribute to the RDC Digital Repository
Journal Alerts - Receive an email whenever a new issue of that journal is added. Get the table of contents along with links to each new article from these providers:
Article Alerts - Search for articles on a subject, then receive an email whenever new articles on that subject are added. You can get alerts as an e-mail or RSS feed. Registration/account creation may be required.
As a faculty member at RDC you have access to all our library materials, including our subscription databases. There are two main ways to explore the databases:
If you have any questions about the resources we have available in your discipline, please contact your School Librarian.
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Red Deer College recognizes that our campus is situated on Treaty 7 land, the traditional territory of the Blackfoot, Tsuu T’ina and Stoney Nakoda peoples, and that the central Alberta region we serve falls under Treaty 6, traditional Métis, Cree and Saulteaux territory. We honour the First Peoples who have lived here since time immemorial, and we give thanks for the land where RDC sits. This is where we will strive to honour and transform our relationships with one another.
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