Answered By: Allison Ball Last Updated: May 25, 2020 Views: 25
Seneca Libraries has lots of resources for you to access online. Here are some places to start:
- Seneca Libraries website - Search for a wide variety of materials using the search box. Use the limit "full-text online" to find what we have online, and consider adding the "books" or "articles" limit under "content type".
- Subject guides - Browse a collection of recommended resources for your subject area.
- A-Z Databases - Look through our list of all databases we subscribe to. Browse or narrow down the list to find the best databases for your topic.
- Citation guides - For MLA and APA style, includes examples, explanations, and sample papers.
For Digital Assignments
- Sandbox Webinars - Not sure how to start your infographic? New to digital storytelling? Sign up for a webinar where someone will guide you through the process live.
- Sandbox Tutorials - Find tips to navigate these assignments at your own pace.
- LinkedIn Learning (Lynda.com) - Use this popular resource to watch video tutorials.
Help or Troubleshooting
- AskUs FAQs - Find answers to frequently asked questions at the library.
- Library Tutorials - Take a look at a variety of tutorials about research, citation, and more.
Connect with us
- AskUs Live - Chat with library staff one-on-one and get help with your research and citation questions.
- AskUs email form - Contact us with your questions using our online form.
- Virtual Research Appointments - Stuck on your research? Schedule a time to meet with a librarian about your topic.
- @senecalibnlearn on Instagram will connect you with the Library, including the Sandbox and Archives, as well as the Learning Centre