PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS LIBIP-DP Library and Information Technology

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Overview

  • Diploma program
  • Full-time studies available
  • Available by distance delivery; some courses available by classroom delivery
  • Practicum: three two-week field placements
  • Credit Transfer opportunities: Athabasca University
  • International applicants please visit Academic Program, Dates and Fees for a listing of programs for international students, current availability and online application instructions

Description

Obtain the necessary public service and technical skills to be a productive employee in the library and related fields. Specifically, the program provides you with the training to be employed as a library technician.

You will learn the fundamentals of both manual and automated systems for acquiring, organizing, and disseminating information in a variety of formats.

Oral presentations, written assignments, and group projects are part of the program.

Students complete three two-week field placements in a variety of libraries over the course of the program.

You can also complete this program through full-time studies. To learn how, see Library and Information Technology

Admission Requirements

If your academic history includes any of the following, please visit me.rrc.mb.ca/Catalogue/Information/MyEducation for important information: post-secondary studies at an institution other than Red River College; Modified (M), English as an Additional Language (E), or GED high school courses; or home schooling.

Submission of required documentation, including English language assessments, is due within 30 days of applying unless otherwise noted in your program's admission requirements.

If your program's admission requirements include any of the following items, note that the submission deadline for these items only has been temporarily extended to 90 days:

  • First aid course certificate
  • Physical fitness assessment results
  • Reading skills assessment results (Degree of Reading Power - DRP)
  • Student clinical practice and/or volunteer work experience forms

DOCUMENT SUBMISSION METHODS

Upload Through Your Future Student Account (preferred method)

  • Scan your document(s) and save the file. Maximum upload size is 5 MB.
  • Go to www.rrc.ca/apply and log in.
  • Click on your application, then Supplemental Items & Documents.
  • Find the applicable Supplemental Item - click on Browse.
  • Find the file you saved and double click on it.
  • Click on Upload. You can upload more than one document to the same Supplemental Item.
  • Status should read 'Received'.
  • Ensure you keep your original documents as the College may request to see them at any time.

If you do not have a Future Student Account or require assistance, please contact our Student Service Centre at 204-632-2327.

Mail or In-Person
Student Service Centre
Red River College
D101–2055 Notre Dame Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3H 0J9
Hours of service

E-mail: register@rrc.ca

Fax: 204-697-0584

Internationally Educated Applicants - visit www.rrc.ca/credentials for credential assessment information.

Proof of completion of admission requirements is due within 30 days of applying unless otherwise noted in the program's admission requirements.
You will need basic computer skills, and you should be familiar with searching the Internet for information.

Regular Admission Requirements
  1. Grade 12
  • Submit proof of successful completion of or enrolment in Grade 12, including one credit in:
    • Grade 12 English
  • If you will be using education earned outside of Canada or the United States to meet admission requirements, visit www.rrc.ca/credentials for information and instructions
Mature Student Admission Requirements
If you are 19 years of age or older and have been out of high school for a minimum of one year at time of application, and you do not meet the regular admission requirements, you may apply under the Mature Student admission requirements.
  1. Academic Requirement
  • Submit proof of successful completion of or enrolment in:
    • One credit of Grade 12 English
or
    • RRC's Introduction to Business program. (This program is no longer offered by the College)
Note: COMP-1975 Business Computing is a required credit for the Library and Information Technology (LIT) diploma. However, ACCT-1971 Financial Accounting 1 and BUSA-1093 Introduction to Business have no value to the LIT diploma.
  • If you will be using education earned outside of Canada or the United States to meet admission requirements, visit www.rrc.ca/credentials for information and instructions

Program Progression Requirements
After acceptance into the program but prior to registration into certain courses, you will be required to submit the following:
  • An original official Adult Criminal Record/Vulnerable Sector (ACRVS) Check
  • An original official Child Abuse Registry (CAR) Check
  • An original official Adult Abuse Registry (AAR)  Check
If you have a criminal record you may not be able to complete the program.

If you are listed on a Child Abuse Registry or Adult Abuse Registry you will not be able to complete the program.

Once you have started the program you will be informed when to submit these documents. 

If you are transferring into the full-time program you will need to meet their regular admission requirements. Please visit Admission Requirements.

Who Should Enrol?

Library technicians are team players and work closely with the public. They must have better-than-average command of oral and written English language communication skills.

Technicians should have very good organizational skills, demonstrate initiative, and possess a flexible attitude. They frequently work with computers and a variety of other technologies, they must pay close attention to detail, and they must complete tasks with a high degree of accuracy.

Program Outline

You must successfully complete the following courses and three field placements to earn a diploma. 

Courses are listed by term to help those students who wish to complete part of the program by distance delivery and attend the College for part of the program. 

Except for the first two courses of study, you may take these courses in any order as long as you meet the course prerequisites. See Course Descriptions for prerequisites.

Term 1: (first two courses must be taken in order)

  • Internet Research - D
  • Introduction to Libraries - D
  • Business Computing Self-direct/Open D - OR Computers - Intro Self-directed/Open C/D
  • Multimedia Services - D
  • Cataloguing-Introduction  (formerly Descriptive and Derivative Techniques) - D 
  • Communications 1 (academic course) Self-directed/Open - D

Term 2:

  • Collection Development & Acquisitions - D
  • Cataloguing: Library of Congress - D   
  • Introduction to Reference - D
  • Human Behaviour in Organizations - Self-directed/Open - C/D
  • Reader's Advisory for Children - D
  • Business Communication 1 OR Communications 2 - D
  • Field Placement 1  (arranged individually) - D            

Term 3:

  • Cataloguing: Dewey Decimal - D
  • Reference: Social Sciences and Humanities - D
  • Marketing the Library and Information Services - D
  • Canadian Government & Contemporary Canadian Issues - D
  • Readers' Advisory for Young Adults - D
  • Communications 3 (formerly Career Writing) - D
  • Field Placement 2 (arranged individually) - D

 Term 4:

  • Cataloguing: Multimedia - D
  • Reference: Science and Technology - D
  • Records Management/Archives & Preservation - D
  • Issues in Libraries - D
  • Field Placement 3 (arranged individually) - D
  • Readers' Advisory for Adults - D

Legend:

  • C/D - Classroom or Distance Delivery
  • C - Classroom Delivery
  • D - Distance Delivery

If you plan to attend the College for one or more semesters, use this list to assist your planning. You have a maximum of six years to complete this program. As you progress through it, make sure you obtain a new program outline every September. This will keep you updated on any changes that may apply to you. 

For complete program outline, see Day Program Library and Information Technology  

Courses and Descriptions

(Click the course name to view the description of the course)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
COMM-1124Communications 1RPL
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Library technicians are expected to communicate their services to the public, which often involves creating written documents, such as pathfinders, bibliographies, book reviews, and readers’ advisory lists. It is also necessary for library technicians to be able to think critically when determining which services and materials to provide to the public; thus, the ability to communicate clearly and effectively in writing is essential to providing strong service in the library.

This course is designed for students to develop foundational writing skills necessary for working in a library setting. The writing process will begin with pre-writing skills, reading, writing, editing and revising. Students will explore grammar, mechanics, a variety of writing types and documentation. Students will begin with paragraph writing for short papers. They will examine, practice and work on different essay types, critique articles, research topics and apply proper documentation using MLA and APA style.

COMM-2070Communications 2RPL
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Students will learn techniques and processes involved in writing and speaking effectively in a professional setting. Students will review fundamental writing skills while applying these skills to routine types of library communication: letters, memos, short presentations and business reports.

Prerequisites:
COMM-2074Communications 3
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This course focuses on the further development of the oral and written communication skills required by those working in the library field, with a focus on resume and cover letter writing, interview skills and marketing yourself for your future career.

Prerequisites:
COMP-1975Business ComputingRPL
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Business Computing is a hands-on course in which students develop skills in the use of current Microsoft productivity software. Topics include introductory and intermediate skills in Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as well as the integration of these applications.

HUMR-1019Human Behaviour in OrganizationsRPL
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Address psychological principles and sociological concepts of human behaviour in formal and informal organized groups. Learn the main aspects of individual and group behaviour in purposeful group settings. Explore topics including group relationships, types of groups, task orientation, group structure, communication, leadership, group performance, psychological climate, human needs in organizations, status, and social roles.

LIBR-1003Cataloguing: Library of CongressRPL
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This course is a general introduction to all aspects of subject cataloguing. You will acquire skills in assigning Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), Library of Congress Subject Headings for Children (AC), and Canadian Subject Headings (CSH). Cross-references and authority records are covered. Other specialized indexing is briefly covered. You will learn to create call numbers using the Library of Congress Classification scheme and Cutter-Sanborn book numbers.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-1026Introduction to LibrariesRPL
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This course is an introduction to various types of libraries, their organization, purpose, function and services.  Students are introduced to library terminology and are taught skills in the use of libraries.  Students acquire skills in basic library procedures such as simple book repair, materials processing, shelving and all aspects of circulation.  Procedural variations according to type of library are also covered.  Students visit a variety of libraries.  Levels of library employees are studied with particular emphasis on the role and duties of library technicians.  The importance of professional associations is covered.

LIBR-1041Cataloguing: IntroductionRPL
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This course is an introduction to descriptive cataloguing in machine-readable format (MARC) of monographs using Resource Description and Access Cataloguing Rules [RDA]. You will learn to choose appropriate access points and preferred form of personal and corporate names, cross-references for names and name authorities. You will be introduced to procedures for acquiring cataloguing copy, and how to use cataloguing modules in a variety of library-automated systems. Filing according to the latest edition of ALA filing rules is briefly covered.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-1043Internet ResearchRPL
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Internet tools will be explored in-depth. Topics will include browsers and search engines, free and fee-based databases, listservs, newsgroups, blogs, wikis and other information resources on the Web.

LIBR-1044Multimedia Services
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You will learn to operate and maintain equipment as well as how to use new electronic media to provide service to library patrons and staff. You will study safety and security issues and criteria for the selection and purchase of equipment. The course also introduces you to types of major non-print formats and their storage, handling, preservation, circulation and scheduling.

LIBR-1045Collection Development and AcquisitionsRPL
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Learn the basic techniques in collection development, community analysis, needs assessment and collection development policy. You will learn selection, verification, ordering and receiving procedures for books, serials, French and foreign language materials, pamphlets and government publications. Acquisitions procedures for handling gifts and exchanges and weeding are also covered. You will learn to create and maintain vertical files. You will examine the organization and function of the acquisitions department and its automation.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-1046Introduction to ReferenceRPL
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You will be introduced to the reference process with emphasis on both print and electronic sources used to answer ready reference questions. Types of sources include encyclopedias, dictionaries, directories, almanacs, periodical indexes, yearbooks and bibliographies. You will also learn how to conduct an reference interview. Basic bibliographic instruction and the creation of subject bibliographies and pathfinders are covered. You will learn interlibrary loan procedures and other methods of document delivery. Specialized services in various types of libraries are discussed.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-1047Readers' Advisory for Children
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Readers’ Advisory for Children provides an introduction to books for children from preschool to tweens, including picture books, easy readers, transitional fiction, genre novels, graphic novels, and popular nonfiction; and how to recommend these books to youth. We will discover methods to determine what a young person might like to read, and how to recommend and market books to children. Several different genres of literature written for young people will be examined. You will prepare and present different techniques for bringing children and books together: reading aloud/storytelling, writing annotations, using readers’ advisory websites and book talking. Current issues affecting children’s literature will also be discussed.

LIBR-2003Cataloguing: Dewey Decimal SystemsRPL
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This course continues the introduction to all aspects of subject cataloguing. You will acquire skills in using the Sears Subject Headings and in creating call numbers using the Dewey Decimal Classification scheme and Cutter-Sanborn book numbers. Cross-references and authority records are covered.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-2004Cataloguing: Multimedia ResourcesRPL
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This course provides a further look at bibliographic description concentrating on non-print materials and serials.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-2015Reference: Social Sciences and Humanities
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This course provides you with the opportunity to become familiar with the types of information resources pertaining to specialized disciplines within the social sciences and humanities fields. Emphasis will be placed on electronic resources including databases and web sites, but you are also expected to become familiar with print resources and specialized library collections for each discipline. The role of current awareness services and the needs of clients in various types of libraries are covered.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-2017Canadian Government & Contemporary Canadian Issues
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This course is selective study of Canadian politics with emphasis on multiple viewpoints pertaining to federal as well as provincial and municipal politics. The implications on policy formation and political behaviour of such factors as culture, regional diversity, the economy, labour, business and Canada's close ties with the USA are examined.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-2018Readers' Advisory for Young Adults
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Readers’ Advisory for Young Adults provides an introduction to books for teens from ages 12-18, including, genre fiction, contemporary fiction, nonfiction, alternative formats, and books for reluctant readers. Through individual and group exercises, we will discover methods to determine what a young person might like to read and how to suggest and promote materials to those reading interests. You will prepare and present different techniques for bringing teens and books together, including creating: read-alike lists, book trailers, teen library programs, and giving presentations on teen books and authors. Current issues affecting literature for teens will also be discussed.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-2019Reference: Science & Technology
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This course provides you with an introduction to the information resources available in a variety of science and technology disciplines. Emphasis is on the types of information sources available in each discipline, including databases, web sites, print resources, and specialized library collections. Also covered are some of the trends in scientific communication and publishing and their effect on library service.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-2021Issues in Libraries
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You will be introduced to current management issues in libraries such as respectful workplace, employment equity, workplace health, safety, copyright, Internet filtering, etc.

LIBR-2022Readers' Advisory for Adults
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Readers’ advisory is a service libraries provide to help patrons directly or indirectly locate reading materials appropriate to their needs. In this course, you will become familiar with reader’s advisory work for adults, particularly in the public library context. However, the methods used and issues presented will also readily apply to a wider variety of libraries and reading material. The primary issues of discussion and lecture will include, but may not be limited to: indirect and direct readers’ advisory for adults; reading appeals in genre fiction and popular non-fiction; and RA resources and tools for library technicians.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-2081Marketing the Library & Information Services
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You will be introduced to promoting library use and marketing the library through print and non-print media.

Prerequisites:
LIBR-2204Records Management/Archives and Preservation
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Learn how to evaluate a records management system, control the creation of records, analyze forms and undertake a records inventory.  Evaluate storage and retrieval procedures, establish records retention schedules and find out how to transfer records.  Includes archival principles.

SEMR-3479Field Placement 3
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You will work full-time in a library under the supervision of qualified librarians or library technicians for a two-week period. The field placement provides an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills acquired in courses to practical workplace settings and situations

Prerequisites:
SEMR-9083Field Placement 1RPL
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You will work full-time in a library under the supervision of qualified librarians or library technicians for a two-week period. The field placement provides an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills acquired in courses to practical workplace settings and situations.


Prerequisites:
SEMR-9365Field Placement 2
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You will work full-time in a library under the supervision of qualified librarians or library technicians for a two-week period. The field placement provides an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills acquired in courses to practical workplace settings and situations.

Prerequisites:

Beginning September 1, 2018: students enrolling in Online Education courses will be required to purchase textbooks and materials at participating Campus stores or online. To review booklists and purchase textbooks, please visit bookstore.rrc.ca.

Student booklists will be available approximately 3 weeks prior to scheduled course start dates. Please ensure materials are purchased in advance, to be available for the start date.


Click the "More Info" link beside the course's name to view the description of the course.

Course Dates and Fees

2020 Fall Term - Distance Education
HUMR-1019 Human Behaviour in Organizationsmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Nov 01, 20 - Feb 28, 21T. Friesen204343$489
Dec 01, 20 - Mar 31, 21T. Friesen204344$489
Location: Online
Dates
Nov 01, 20 - Feb 28, 21
Delivery
Instructor
T. Friesen
Section
204343
Cost
$489
Dates
Dec 01, 20 - Mar 31, 21
Delivery
Instructor
T. Friesen
Section
204344
Cost
$489

2021 Winter Term - Distance Education
COMP-1975 Business Computingmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 06, 21 - May 06, 21M. Carey206238$695
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 06, 21 - May 06, 21
Delivery
Instructor
M. Carey
Section
206238
Cost
$695
LIBR-2003 Cataloguing: Dewey Decimal Systemsmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 11, 21 - Apr 12, 21B. Rountree206727$485
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 11, 21 - Apr 12, 21
Delivery
Instructor
B. Rountree
Section
206727
Cost
$485
LIBR-1003 Cataloguing: Library of Congressmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 12, 21 - Apr 06, 21C. Monnin208716$479
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 12, 21 - Apr 06, 21
Delivery
Instructor
C. Monnin
Section
208716
Cost
$479
LIBR-2004 Cataloguing: Multimedia Resourcesmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 13, 21 - Apr 07, 21D. Sanders206876$485
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 13, 21 - Apr 07, 21
Delivery
Instructor
D. Sanders
Section
206876
Cost
$485
LIBR-1045 Collection Development and Acquisitionsmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 14, 21 - Apr 15, 21P. Syljuberget206880$485
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 14, 21 - Apr 15, 21
Delivery
Instructor
P. Syljuberget
Section
206880
Cost
$485
COMM-1124 Communications 1more info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 14, 21 - Apr 08, 21TBA206881$509
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 14, 21 - Apr 08, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206881
Cost
$509
HUMR-1019 Human Behaviour in Organizationsmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 06, 21 - May 05, 21TBA206954$489
Feb 01, 21 - May 31, 21TBA206955$489
Mar 01, 21 - Jun 30, 21TBA206956$489
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 06, 21 - May 05, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206954
Cost
$489
Dates
Feb 01, 21 - May 31, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206955
Cost
$489
Dates
Mar 01, 21 - Jun 30, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206956
Cost
$489
LIBR-1043 Internet Researchmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 14, 21 - Apr 08, 21D. Sanders206885$409
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 14, 21 - Apr 08, 21
Delivery
Instructor
D. Sanders
Section
206885
Cost
$409
LIBR-2081 Marketing the Library & Information Servicesmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 13, 21 - Mar 24, 21P. Syljuberget206886$499
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 13, 21 - Mar 24, 21
Delivery
Instructor
P. Syljuberget
Section
206886
Cost
$499
LIBR-2018 Readers' Advisory for Young Adultsmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 14, 21 - Apr 08, 21TBA206888$439
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 14, 21 - Apr 08, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206888
Cost
$439
LIBR-2019 Reference: Science & Technologymore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 11, 21 - Mar 29, 21TBA206889$485
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 11, 21 - Mar 29, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206889
Cost
$485

CO-OP/Practicum Information

You must complete three two-week field placements in a variety of libraries.

To be eligible to register for the field placements, you must submit an Adult Criminal Record/Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector Check and Provincial Child Abuse Registry Check (PCAR). Both check documents, must be dated no later than six months prior to you attending the field placement. You must submit original documents. Both documents are requirements in the program.

For more information, related to record checks, please see:

Winnipeg Police Service: https://winnipeg.ca/police/pr/
RCMP local detachment (outside Winnipeg): http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca 
Manitoba Provincial Child Abuse Registry Check: http://www.gov.mb.ca/fs/childfam/child_abuse_registry.html
If you will be doing your field placement outside Manitoba, please contact the program facilitator to enquire about PCAR.

Contact the Program Facilitator at cpfau@rrc.ca to enquire about registering for field placement and providing record checks.

Current Staff of Libraries

Before a student is assigned to your library, instructors from the Library and Information Technology program will confirm that you are still willing to be a placement site and will forward documentation to you at that time.

We cannot guarantee a student placement for each library that applies.

Computer/Laptop Requirements

Online learning is a critical component of course delivery in all Red River College programs. To ensure each student has the tools they need to achieve their academic goals, all Red River College students require, at minimum:

1.  Off-campus access to a current computer with a webcam

2.  A high speed internet connection

• Recommended minimum speed: 10 mbps for download, 3 mbps for upload
• Slower internet connection speeds may result in audio and video issues. Please keep in mind that if others in your home are using the same internet connection at the same time as you are, you may also experience audio and video issues.
• Please refer to https://www.rrc.ca/studentcomputing for further information on Computer Requirements for Students.


Please note that any anticipated costs are not included in Books and Supplies estimates.

Transfer Credit Opportunities

Graduates of this program can receive two years credit toward the Bachelor of Professional Arts (Communication Studies) at Athabasca University.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process which documents and compares an individual's prior learning gained from prior education, work and life experiences and personal study to the learning outcomes in College courses/programs. For more information, please visit www.rrc.ca/rpl.

Other Information

Please click here to see the course equivalences for the full-time and distance delivery options of the Library and Information Technology Diploma.

Graduate Employment Report

Red River College surveys its graduates on an annual basis to collect data related to the graduates’ employment status, salary, occupation and skill use. In addition, graduates are asked to indicate their level of satisfaction regarding the education they received at Red River College.

Visit www.rrc.ca/numbers/reports/graduate-satisfaction for graduate satisfaction and employment reports.

Graduation Requirements

You must complete your part-time program within six years from the start of the first course in the program, unless otherwise stated in the program outline.

A program GPA of 2.0 (60%) is required to graduate.

You will not be granted more than 75% of your credit requirements for graduation through transfer of credit.

When you have successfully completed all the required courses in this program, be sure to apply for your certificate. For complete details and forms, see Application to Graduate

Questions about graduation? Please call 204-694-1789 or 1-866-242-7073 for assistance.

Graduation with Honours
If you obtain a grade point average (GPA) of 3.8 or better for the program, you will graduate with honours. If you fail any course in the program, you will not be eligible for this honours designation.

Employment Potential

Library technicians occupy mid-range positions with a level of responsibility between that of a clerk and a librarian. They may direct clerks, student assistants, or other library technicians. Duties may be limited to a specific area within a technical or public service unit of a library or may cover a wide range of activities, depending on the size of the library. Technicians may also manage small libraries.

Opportunities also exist in fields such as corporate or political research, publishing, computerized information systems, and bibliographic utilities.

Contact Information

For more information, contact:

School of Continuing Education
E113 - 2055 Notre Dame Ave
Winnipeg, MB   R3H 0J9
Phone: 204-694-1789 or 1-866-242-7073
Fax: 204-633-6489
Email: cde@rrc.ca 

Admitted students may submit their criminal record and abuse registry check documents to:
Carolyn Pfau
Room F109, Notre Dame Campus
204-632-3367
cpfau@rrc.ca

For information about the full-time Library and Information Technology (LIT) Program, see www.rrc.ca/lit .

How to Register

For information on how to register for courses in this program, follow the link below.

www.rrc.ca/part-time/registration/

Student Evaluation of Program

Every year Red River College surveys students, in all full-time programs, to learn more about their college experience. The questionnaire includes questions about students’ experiences with College programs, facilities, and services offered.

Visit www.rrc.ca/numbers/reports/student-evaluation-of-program for student evaluation of program reports.

College Support Services

Red River College is committed to student success and provides valuable support services to assist in helping students make the most of their time at RRC.

Visit www.rrc.ca/supports for more information.

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