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Distance learning centre offers online resource bank

Collection features more than 17,000 K-12 resources.
The Resource Bank is searchable by keyword, topic, grade level or curricular outcomes.

REGINA — Teachers, school divisions, parents, students and community members can access the Saskatchewan Distance Learning Centre (Sask DLC) online Resource Bank.

It is a free, open-access collection of more than 17,000 kindergarten to Grade 12 resources that are all teacher-vetted and linked to Saskatchewan curriculum. The Resource Bank can be accessed at

Some of the new resources currently being worked on will support the new Financial Literacy 10 course that will be available as a new graduation requirement for students starting this fall.

According to the Education Ministry, Sask DLC has a team of experienced educators who are curating some of the best resources to support teachers in creating meaningful activities for students. Sask DLC will also share the assets of their new online Financial Literacy 10 course, so that any teacher in the province can use in full or in part, as they see fit. 

The Resource Bank is searchable by keyword, topic, grade level or curricular outcomes. Sask DLC also works with many partner organizations such as Agriculture in the Classroom, chatterhigh, National Film Board, Sask Money, Let's Talk Science and Dyslexia Canada to provide quality resources that are relevant to our local context. 

Sask DLC will be bringing together school division staff from around the province to collaborate on creating a collection of resources to support the growing needs of English as an Additional Language teachers and students. More than 900 French resources were also recently added thanks to the collaboration of a team of teachers representing divisions from around the province. 

School divisions are also able to have their own area of the site to endorse and store resources that meet their local needs, at no cost to the division. 

Sask DLC's Resource Bank builds upon the work Sun West School Division did to create the Resource Bank which was part of what the province purchased from the division in the creation of Sask DLC as the provincial online learning provider. 

Tutorial videos are available to teachers and other users to support them in maximizing the functionality of the Resource Bank.