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COM101/111: Introduction to Research & APA Citation

digital assignments

What are digital assignments?

Digital assignments usually involve the use of text and different types of media (e.g., images, video, audio). Examples of digital assignments are websites, blogs, infographics, videos, podcasts, and PowerPoint presentations.

Creating Infographics & Other Digital Assignments

Not sure how to get started with your digital assignment? Check out the Seneca Sandbox  for more information. The Sandbox team provides webinars and online tutorials for creating digital media like videos, podcasts, infographics, or digital stories.

  • Sandbox webinars : The Sandbox offers free online webinars available to the Seneca community. Webinars cover a range of digital media formats including infographics, video, animated videos and websites. Each webinar highlights tools that are freely available to Seneca students.
  • Sandbox online tutorials : These self-paced tutorials provide an overview on creating digital media, such as online presentations, infographics, and videos.
  • Sandbox digital media appointments : Working one-on-one with a Sandbox staff member you will be able to ask questions about your digital media assignment, such as tools for creating digital media and sources for images to use in your digital media assignment.

Citing Sources in Digital Assignments

Always confirm with your instructor their citing requirements for your digital media assignment. You may be required to cite sources in APA style, or you may be permitted to use a simple citation (see example below). Check out the Citing in Digital Assignments  guide for Seneca Libraries examples and tips.

                      Remember to check with your instructor their citation requirements. This is an  example of citing sources in an infographic using a simple citation format.

Remember to check with your instructor their citation requirements. This is an  example of citing sources in an infographic using a simple citation format.