This notice is for faculty who currently have saved links or “permalinks” to library resources in BlackBoard, a learning plan, or other course materials. The library’s new library system, Page 1+, went live on July 26, 2022 and all links to our old platforms need to be reviewed and revised. We ask that impacted faculty review this page and reach out to the library team for assistance, as needed.
Each library user will need to review saved links and update the links after the Page 1+ Go Live (July 26, 2022).
Assistance is available from the library team. We encourage all users to use the permalinks that appear in Page 1+ search for sharing in the future. These links do not include proxy information, allowing for greater true permanence of the links if proxy tools need to be changed in the future.
Page 1+ is the new easy-to-use search engine powering SLC Libraries. With Page 1+ you can find peer-reviewed journal articles, new movie releases, ebooks, and much more! But what happens next? How can faculty help students access these amazing library resources?
The best practice for sharing content with students is to share or post the persistent or permanent link "permalink" to content in your BlackBoard course. Every item in Page 1+ has a handy permalink to simply copy and paste. A permalink from Page 1+ means that you will always have the most up-to-date access point to return to your selected content. Using permalinks in BlackBoard ensures St. Lawrence is complying with Fair Dealing exceptions of the Copyright Act.
Search Page 1+ here: https://librarysearch.stlawrencecollege.ca/
Include the Page 1+ permalink and a full citation or complete bibliographic information (attribution). An auto-generated citation tool is also available in each Page 1+ item record.
Hokowhitu, Moreton-Robinson, A., Tuhiwai-Smith, L., Andersen, C., & Larkin, S. (2021). Routledge handbook of critical Indigenous studies (Hokowhitu, A. Moreton-Robinson, L. Tuhiwai-Smith, C. Andersen, & S. Larkin, Eds.). Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.