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The recordings found on can be a valuable teaching and learning tool, but these recordings should be used responsibly and in accordance with the following guidelines:– Guiding Principles

Access: All NSCC staff, Faculty and students have access to through their w# and password. Your NSCC login credentials are for your personal use only and must not be given to or shared with anyone. Terms & Conditions

You must also agree to the conditions and terms set by in:

These user conditions include:

  • All content must viewed through a platform, either the web platform or desktop / mobile device app.
  • Offline use is permitted using the app.
  • You have the right to access and view the content, but you cannot copy content.
  • Downloading, copying (of any kind) or creating derivative works is NOT permitted.

NSCC Policies &

NSCC Policies

In using any resource, including, the Copyright Act and NSCC policies must be followed. The full text of NSCC’s Use of Copyright Materials Policy can be found on the NSCC Policies & Procedures webpage.

Classroom Use: recordings may only be used as a supplement to in-class or online courses and not as a replacement for classroom instruction. The students in the class must all be registered students, faculty, or staff who have their own valid credentials to access the content. content may be assigned to students as individual work to complete outside of class time.

Professional Development: recordings may be used as standalone professional training units or used to enhance courses offered to staff or faculty through Organizational Learning.

Self-Directed Learning: may be used by NSCC students, faculty and staff for their individual learning plan.