Information Technology Solutions will be performing network upgrades to wireless networks located at the Exchange District Campus on Friday, May 5th, 2017.
The work will begin at 10:00pm and should be done by 11:00pm. There will be no wireless access during this time.
If you have any questions please submit a Caselog using the following link: https://hub.rrc.ca/CaseLog/NewCase.aspx?Area=ITS&Category=58
2016 Career Symposium
Wednesday, November 16th from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm
The City of Winnipeg 2016 Career Symposium will be held on November 16, 2016 from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. at RBC Convention Centre, third floor. The Symposium is a free event and everyone is welcome to attend.
Employees from all City departments will be on-hand to talk about their jobs, answer your questions, and direct you to information about employment opportunities with the City of Winnipeg. These departments include:
Presentations on careers in Information Technology will run throughout the day, and guided tours of the various booths will also be available.
For more information, call 311 or visit Winnipeg.ca
October 7, 2016 • Written by The Red Carpet
Red River College’s Roblin Centre will be closed on Tuesday, October 11 in order to allow for necessary work to the water main adjacent to the campus.
During that time the water will be shut-off and for the health and safety reasons classes will be cancelled and the campus will be closed to the general public.
Regular operations are expected to resume on Wednesday, October 12.
Red River College has been advised that this outage will not affect the adjacent RRC properties located in the Exchange District.
Classes, programs, and services offered at the Massey Building and the Paterson GlobalFoods Institute will carry-on as scheduled.
Did you know that all ESL/EAL (English as a second/additional language) students studying within an academic program at RRC can access 1 hour/week of ESL tutoring for the duration of their academic program?
- are trained ESL teachers who work one-on-one with students
- use your program material and assignments in the tutoring session
- help you understand your assignment instructions and work more quickly and efficiently
- help you find your errors yourself, and to develop strategies to prevent future errors.
What can an ESL tutor help you with? Click here to find out!
How can you request an ESL tutor?
- Contact Kaleigh Quinn
ESL Specialist, Academic Success Centre
Phone: 204.631-3472 (M/W/F) or 204.631.3365 (T/Th)
- Complete the online Tutor Request Form
- Drop into the Academic Success Centre:
Notre Dame Campus: Room D106E
Exchange District Campus: Room P210K
If you have any questions, please contact Kaleigh at firstname.lastname@example.org!
This is a reminder that all classes will be cancelled on Friday May 13, 2016, (unless otherwise indicated by your program,) in order for Red River College to host the RED Forum – A day for all RRC employees.
RED Forum is a one-day professional development event that will focus on Relationships, Education, and Direction, and will take place entirely at the Notre Dame Campus. For more information on the RED Forum, you can visit www.rrc.ca/redforum
In addition to classes being cancelled, the following areas will be closed:
- Notre Dame Library
- The Campus Store
- The Print Shoppe
- The Buffalo and Voyageur Cafeteria
- Tim Hortons
- The Cave
- The Ox
- Student Services Centre and Registrar’s Office
All services will re-open for student use on Monday, May 16, 2016.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
If you have any questions, please speak with your instructor, class rep, or the program coordinator for your program area.
If you have a test coming up and want to do your best, this video is for you!
Recently researchers have taken a look at the best ways to study, and it turns out that self-testing is one of the most highly effective study strategies. Self-testing helps you remember more information than simply highlighting, re-reading…and certainly more than cramming the night before!
It takes no training to use this technique; you simply need to test yourself regularly as you learn new material. Below are suggestions for effective self-testing:
- First of all, ensure you have the right attitude. Ask yourself: Why is this course, this topic, this chapter interesting to you? Cultivate curiosity and light a passion for the subject at hand. Think about how you’ll be using this information in your new career. Keep yourself motivated, engaged and on task!
- Think like an instructor. Look over your course outline or syllabus as a whole. Identify the objectives of the course, and then the objective of each section or chapter. This will help you determine what details are important to learn, and what info you can most likely ignore. It’s always a good idea to double-check this with your instructor!
- When you’ve decided what to focus on, perform a memory dump. Write down all you know about the subject. Get it all out on paper. Then, review what you’ve written. What information is missing? What questions or details do you need to research to include to fill in the gaps? Turn these gaps into a test.
- After you are sure that you can’t fill in the gaps, do a little research. Look in your text, lecture notes or look online to fill in these gaps. Then, a few days later take the test again. Can you fill in the gaps?
- Don’t forget to test yourself on the things you knew on day one! If you don’t test yourself frequently on all areas of your course you run the chance of forgetting something important. Always sprinkle in questions about subjects and details that you know well with questions about topics or details you are just learning.
The Academic Success Centre at RRC offers free Tutoring, Weekly Review Sessions, Academic Coaching and EAL Support. Please come and visit us to sign up for these supports or for more info. We’re eager to connect you with the supports that can help you do your best at RRC. www.rrc.ca/asc
The College’s IT department will be performing maintenance on the main College
internet connection on the following dates:
- Friday March 21, beginning at 5:00PM and continuing to 7:00PM
- Monday March 24 beginning at 5:00PM and continuing to 6:00PM
- Wednesday March 26 beginning at 5:00PM and continuing to 6:00PM
During these maintenance windows there will be interruptions to internet resources from within the College and access to College hosted resources from the internet, including WebAdvisor, LEARN, Portal.
To provide our customers with improved services the Student Service Centres hours will be adjusted. Effective November 18/13 the new hours will be as follows:
- NDC – Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
- EDC – Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm