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Research Guides

CIN105: Introduction to Film Study

Research Help

Need Help? Contact Kate Johnson, Cinema Studies Librarian, to ask questions via email or set up an appointment for research help. Out of an abundance of caution, all research consultations will be conducted using Teams or Zoom during this time of self isolation.  Further information will be provided by your Liaison Librarian when you schedule a research consultation.

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Quercus and Blackboard Help

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The Student Quercus Guide has information on how to navigate Quercus, access courses and download student mobile apps.

The Quercus for Students Blog is written from a student’s perspective with lots of tips and helpful information.

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Writing Help

College Writing Centres are here for you!

Writing Centres in Arts and Science, St. George Campus

  • Book One-on-One Online meetings with Writing Instructors (sign up for the waiting list)
  • Students in Cinema Studies Institute courses can use the Innis College Writing Centre
  • Belong to another College? You can also use your own Writing Centre

Get Help from Learning Strategists

College Learning Strategists

All students can meet one-to-one with a Learning Strategist for individualized support. 

Appointments focus on practical strategies that build on students’ strengths and preferences in the following areas:

  • Reading and research
  • Note-taking
  • Review and retention of course content
  • Planning for assignments and tests
  • Creating sustainable schedules and building healthy routines
  • Managing distractions and improving focus
  • Studying for exams
  • Managing procrastination and avoidance habits
  • Increasing motivation
  • Decreasing stress and anxiety related to academic performance