U of R Distance Students are reading up a storm for the English 100 class!


Distance students living in Clearwater River, La Ronge and Turnor Lake completed the UREAD (Distance Library Services) material request form for the delivery of library books for their Online English 100 course.  Did you know that if you are a registered distance student you can request books from the University of Regina Libraries. It’s free! We will mail the library books to your shipping address and include a return postage label. On Friday 14 September, 2018 I walked from the Archer Library to the First Nations University Library in Regina to retrieve these library items. The day was overcast, but luckily no rain or snow yet. 

After retrieving the items I visited the Teepee Art Installation in front of the First Nations University. So especially for the students from Clearwater River, La Ronge and Turnor Lake and all the other distance students taking classes with the University of Regina. Check out the online article from the Leader Post  “kêhtê-ayak: New teepee art installation brings Indigenous history to life”, written by Jennifer Ackerman. If you live in Regina go to the First Nations University building to experience this art installation before the first snow fall! – Corina van den Berg