Teaching Online

Q. What do I need to know about copyright in the online teaching environment?

A. Pedagogical and technical issues may present a challenge when shifting from in-person to online teaching, but copyright concerns should not be significantly different.

Key points to remember:

  1. Most of the legal copyright issues are the same in both contexts (online and in class).
  2. If it was okay to do in class, it is often okay to do online - especially when online access is limited to the students enrolled in the class (for example, via Moodle).
  3. You can continue to apply the StFX Fair Dealing Guidelines.

Library News

Tue, April, 27, 2021

Please be advised that all in-person services and space bookings will be cancelled until further notice.  We will offer curbside pickup of physical materials, as well as online and phone support, from 9am to 4pm... Read more

Thu, April, 1, 2021

Please be advised that our online catalogue will be undergoing maintenance on Monday, April 5th, beginning at 8pm and lasting approximately 1 hour.  Users will still be able to search the catalogue during the... Read more

Fri, February, 26, 2021

The Angus L Macdonald Library and our University Librarian, Sandy Iverson, are pleased to introduce our new blog, "... Read more

Thu, October, 1, 2020

The Angus L. Macdonald Library is excited to announce the removal of late fees on all materials and equipment in our collection effective immediately.  Late fees have also been eliminated on items borrowed from... Read more