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Find interactive learning resources (e.g., animations & videos with interactive activities, quizzes and knowledge checks) from open access repositories (e.g.,
Schedule Sandbox webinars and embed Sandbox tutorials and guides in your course to support your students in creating infographics, websites, and video assignments
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page on the Copyright guide includes best practices and tips for using copyrighted works, library resources, and openly-licensed content in online courses. Teaching Online
Seneca Libraries has released the Fair Dealing Assessment tool, which helps faculty determine if materials can be used under the Canadian Copyright Act.
Try the tool to receive a Fair Dealing analysis.
Open Educational Resources are educational materials that are in the public domain or published with an open license. OERs can offer an alternative to course texts.
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T his guide explains six threshold concepts in information literacy and how Seneca Libraries supports information literacy in the classroom.
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