Uploading or commenting on resources on the Hub
The Digital Hub is an ecosystem for resource sharing and community interaction that brings together people from a variety of youth-serving organizations from coast to coast to coast. To submit resources or to comment on or about the resources, visitors must register for an account. By submitting a resource, you are agreeing to the Catapult Canada Community Guidelines. Please note that Catapult Canada does not endorse the opinions expressed in commentary about the resources. Comments are welcome while open. We reserve the right to close comments at any time.
We welcome the submission of resources that support greater access to education and learning across Canada. Please read our criteria below and complete the form to recommend a specific resource.
Catapult Community Guidelines for submitting or recommending Resource Centre content:
- Resources must be beneficial to individuals, organizations or groups improving access to education and learning across Canada.
- Resources must fit within the following categories:
a. Governance and HR
d. Research / Data
e. Community Engagement
f. Indigenous Knowledge
g. Capacity Building
h. Promising practices
- Content providers must ensure that their resources are accurate and up to date when submitted.
- Resources must be freely available/accessible to anyone visiting the site (under Creative Commons Non-Commercial License).
- Resources may be in a range of formats (including video and audio files, text, photos, hyperlinks etc.).
Content that will not be accepted as resources:
- Advertising or promotional material.
- Politically partisan material (including material that supports or criticizes a specific political party).
- Hateful, intolerant, and discriminatory material (including material that discriminates against people based on protected grounds, as defined by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms).
RHF reserves the right to:
- Periodically review resources for accuracy, relevance, and clarity.
- Ensure resources do not duplicate current material.