Prep for fall with help from the Library

With a new academic term around the corner, the Library wants faculty and instructors to know about helpful services that can benefit you and your students!

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Want to know more about adding different types of content to Brightspace (images, videos, PDFs, and links to library materials)?

Find out how to add your material while taking copyright exceptions and restrictions into account.

Copyright Librarian Amy Lorencz and Copyright Assistant Patricia Langille, in collaboration with Stephen Rankin from the SAS Lab, will show you how to locate copyright information on library materials, how to link/upload to it in your course, and how to obtain permissions if required (through us!).

This session is for any Faculty/Instructor at Saint Mary’s University.

To register: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=rgILBnVXYEOruuLinMpmJ1aQBEZn7gxNp1k1kklrhCNUNVYxTElXVlM3MkQ5NFlRSUxZS042VFVFNS4u

Questions? Contact copyright@smu.ca

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Did you know that the library can teach your students to find, evaluate, select, and cite the right sources for their projects? We’re booking now for classes in Fall 2019. Please contact Heather.Sanderson@smu.ca to arrange for a librarian to come to your class.

We also offer ResearchBase, an online assignment designed to give students hands-on practice using library tools like the Novanet catalogue and journal databases.

For more information about what we offer, see our instruction menu at: http://www.smu.ca/academics/library-instruction.html