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York University (Ontario, Canada) on requiring students to pay for digital ancillary resources like homework tools—can’t count for more than 15% of course grade, has to be purchasable separate from book, & more. teachingcommons.yorku.ca/wp-co

U Toronto has similar policy: provost.utoronto.ca/Assets/Pro

The Ministry of Higher Ed in Ontario considers tuition to cover instruction & assessment, so adding digital assessment tools is like making students pay on top of what already paying for tuition.

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