Jennifer Peters

Jennifer Peters

Jennifer is currently the eLearning and Digital Literacies Librarian at Seneca College, and a co-coordinator of the Seneca Sandbox (a digital media/maker lab). In a day she might shoot and edit videos for the library’s instruction program, build online tutorials for students or employees, assist faculty with using library resources in Blackboard, consult with faculty who want to assign digital projects, teach students and faculty how to create instructional videos or digital stories, or maybe teach students about copyright. Jennifer can be reached at jennifer.peters[at]senecacollege.ca

Contributed Articles

The Learning Portal: Equitable access to open learning resources
February 1, 2017
Imagine you’re a college student taking an online course or an in-person class. It’s your first class and you’re working on an assignment, but you’ve never done research before and you’re not confident about your writing skills. Now imagine you’re college faculty. You want to provide your students with research and writing resources, or maybe
The Library Does That?
November 1, 2015
 One library’s journey to offer more than information literacy On any given day at Seneca Libraries, you will find students, staff, and faculty getting creative: filming videos, experimenting with photography, and recording music. The Library has become a space for our college community to play with and explore technology, providing them with resources to help
OCULA President’s message
January 1, 2013
President’s message: Jennifer Peters, Seneca College. Jennifer can be reached at jennifer.peters[at]senecacollege.ca   Related PostsOCULA President’s message: Supporting new academic librariansCelebrating Collaborations in Ontario Academic LibrariesA Found Balance, and Lessons Learned: OCULA President’s Message
OCULA Fall Conference
December 1, 2012
Apprehending the mysteries: building our profession through mentoring and career development Mentoring. We all need it; no matter what stage we are at in our career, no matter how many years we’ve worked in libraries.   Support and encouragement are crucial to career development as well as to fostering the new generation of library staff interested
OCULA President’s message
December 1, 2012
I am writing this message just hours after Hurricane Sandy made her way inland from the east coast.  Although we didn’t get hit with those high winds, I’m sure you will agree many of us feel like we have been through our own storm for the past few weeks, one called midterm. This term is