Printing, Photocopying & Scanning

Contact:

Circulation Desk
Email: circdesk@stfx.ca
Phone: 902-867-2228
Fax: (902) 867-5153

The Angus L. Macdonald Library has 5 Konica Minolta Multi-Function Printers (printing, photocopying, and scanning) available for use, located on the main floor:

  • Next to the Access Services Desk, in front of the main stairwell (2)
  • To the immediate right as you enter the Reference Collection
  • Within the main floor reading room
  • Within the main computer lab

StFX students, faculty and staff can log into these units using their webFX account username and password (same as your StFX e-mail).

Members of the general public are not able to photocopy or print at the Angus L. Macdonald Library, however we have provided a large format scanner at the Access Services Desk which can be used to scan and email documents or save them to a thumb drive.

For help using the Konica Minolta printers, visit the TSG Help Desk or the Access Services desk and one of our staff will be happy to assist you.

Library News

Fri, October, 11, 2019

Since the hack of the University’s systems and subsequent shutdown of our local servers in November of last year, library staff have been working to restore access to our digital collections (yearbooks, StFX... Read more

Wed, September, 4, 2019

Get a jump on your papers and research - sign up for one of our Research Skills Workshops today!

https://stfx.libcal.com/calendar/Events

Wed, June, 19, 2019

We are happy to announce that access to Gaelstream has been partially restored on a new host (https://stfx.cairnrepo.org/islandora/object/... Read more

Mon, June, 17, 2019

Please be advised that we are migrating our Digital Collections to a new platform over the next few weeks and access to these collections will be limited. If you have an urgent need for items from any of these... Read more

Tue, March, 19, 2019

Please be advised that Google Scholar is not working for off-campus users when accessed via the the Angus L. MacDonald Library website.  Off-campus users will not see the “Check for full text @ X” link, however... Read more