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Library Services

  VHS Weeding List: View VHS titles that are being considered for removal from the collection and
     provide feedback (if any) to the College Librarian on videos to keep or replace with an alternative format.

  The Audiovisual Booking form may be used to reserve videos to show in class. Videos from other
     libraries may be reserved using the
External Booking form.

  The Recommend for Purchase form may be used to suggest materials you would like to see in the
     Library collection.

  The Library Account Application form in Word format, is for instructors at a distance.


  Journal Articles & Moodle: a Guide for Instructors, provides best practices for making online journal
     articles from Library databases available to students through Moodle.

  Updating Article Links in Moodle provides instructions for updating existing links to allow remote access
     via a personal login. Note: the cookie push is now obsolete.

  Linking to a Streaming Video in Moodle is a step-by-step guide for making streaming videos from
     Films On Demand available to students directly through Moodle.

  Feature Film License: a guide for faculty, provides guidelines for showing a feature film in the classroom.


  Association of Canadian Community Colleges Fair Dealing Policy: translates some of the high
     level principles of fair dealing into practical rules applicable to Selkirk College.             

  CAUT Guidelines for the Use of Copyrighted Material explains the legal foundation of copying rights and
     provides direction on its lawful exercise.

Web Pages

  Recommended Links to external sites, organized by subject.

 Suggest a Link to be added to the Library's recommended web pages.



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