Are you new to Learning Online? We have guides, tools and a variety of supports to help get you started here: Learning Online.
We continue to provide our service virtually while the campus libraries remain closed.
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There are two main ways to find and access articles:
To find books use Library Search and limit the results to "Available in the Library" and "Books".
If you are not able to find a specific title, consider looking in other library catalogues outside of Seneca. You may submit a request for an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) or borrow directly from another Ontario college.
Course resources include textbooks, articles, videos, and other resources that your professor has chosen for your course.
|In the Library||Search for course resources in Library Search with your course code (e.g. COM101)|
|In the Bookstore||Online Textbooks Browse (browse by student ID, course, or program)
Seneca Bookstore homepage (search by title, author, or ISBN)
Note: If you do not know your textbook's title, check the Seneca Bookstore or your course outline. Course outlines can found on Seneca's website:
There are two ways to find and access eBooks:
To find videos, use Library Search and limit the results to "Audiovisual.".