There are a number of online searchable databases that can help you find the distance education course or program that is right for you.
- University Online (COHERE – Canada’s Collaboration for Online Higher Education and Research)
- Canadian Virtual University
- Telecampus Online Course Database
- Canada’s Campus Connection
- Petersons Educational Database
- The International Distance Learning Course Finder
- International Centre for Distance Learning
Library services for distance learners; links to databases, almanacs, electronic books and journals, government sources
- The National Library of Canada
A comprehensive listing of both Canadian library home pages and online library catalogues.
- Ontario Library Service’s Ready Reference Sources
Canadian directories, almanacs, government sources, news databases, facts and statistics, etc.
- Infomine:Scholarly Internet Resource Collections
INFOMINE is a collection of Internet/Web resources of relevance to faculty, students, and research staff at the university level. It contains highly useful Internet/Web resources including databases, electronic journals, electronic books, bulletin boards, listservs, online library card catalogs, articles and directories of researchers, among many other types of information.
- Internet Public Library
IPL has extensive links to reference sources from all over the Web, and to online magazines, serials, newspapers, and books. “Ask a Reference Question” lets you submit a reference question to real librarians who volunteer at the IPL Reference Centre.
Internet basics, how to use the Internet for research, how to search for, evaluate and cite Internet resources, how to work together in online groups