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... to Brock Library’s Digital Learning Portal. Here, you will find materials for use by students, faculty, and staff, created by our experts.

Our learning objects are maintained by the Brock Library eLearning team and other subject librarians. The videos and lessons available here aim to build information literacy, research, and professional skills for our learner community. Learning objects have been designed following our principles for learning. Feel free to reuse and remix our content as you please.

You can start by searching specific content at the top of this page, choose a popular lesson below, or by browsing through our lesson catalogue.

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We've designed our lessons with the learner's choice in mind. You can choose to engage with individual lessons or set off on a learning path. It's up to you!

Lessons generally focus on one particular topic. Lessons include a short video (around 3 minutes) followed by an activity to test your understanding. Lessons are meant to be quick primers on a subject.

Paths are a collection of lessons specifically arranged to give you a more in-depth understanding of how to conduct research in a university setting. Paths include several videos followed by activities that test your understanding.

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