Welcome to the Learning Commons research resources! We have plenty of resources to help you with any research project. Use the links to your left. If you need any help, don't hesitate to ask a librarian.
The Learn How to Research guide is a great starting point for any research assignment
Check out our Subject Guides for research information specific to your discipline
Databases / Articles (academic, scholarly) and Interlibrary Loans
The NEOS Library Catalogue lets you search for books, ebooks, and other physical materials in GPRC's collection as well as those of the NEOS Library Consortium members. For those who prefer, this is the link to the previous NEOS iLink Catalogue. Log into My Account to see what items you have put on hold, have already signed out, when they are due, and renew them if need be. If you cannot find something in the NEOS Library catalogue try searching the TALOnline Library Catalogue. GPRC is also a member of The Alberta Library Consortium (TAL).
eBooks on a broad range of topics are also available.
Get another point of view in your research using streaming videos and/or DVDs. You can get to both through OneSearch or the NEOS Catalogue or you can view the A-Z database list of streaming video products. NOTE: Streaming video content is specific to each institution; it must show Grande Prairie Regional College - Internet for GPRC students to access it.
OER/OA content is available right now and more are being added regularly.
Writing Your Paper - You are not alone in this process. The online guide provides guidance to get you started.
Citation Guides for the three writing styles used at GPRC are available for easy reference.
For further assistance, make an appointment with the Writing and Grammar Tutor.
Present at this year's Student Research Conference
Information about research for students from Research and Innovation
Making a Research Poster
Check out the proceedings from last year's Student Research Conference down below!