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If you find a book that appears to be damaged, show it to the Circulation/Loans desk staff. They will insert a 'damage noted' slip and request that the item be returned to the circulation desk, not the book chute.
See Instructional services: Information literacy & research skills for available supports, including liaison librarian services and the Student Learning Commons.
What will happen if I don’t comply with the university’s copyright policies and licensing agreements?
Simon Fraser University copyright policies align with the Government of Canada’s copyright legislation (Copyright Act) and outline the institution’s requirements of faculty, staff and students to comply with all legal requirements.
Simon Fraser University is committed to compliance in all copyright matters. It is the responsibility of each individual to comply with copyright laws and respect copyright ownership and licensing. The use of copyright protected materials without proper consent may be actionable under both the Copyright Act and the Criminal Code. In addition to any actions that might be taken by any copyright owner or its licensing agent, the University will take any breaches of its copyright policy very seriously. In the case of employees, disciplinary procedures may be applied. In the case of students, disciplinary action for academic and/or non-academic misconduct may be applied.
In Canada, an original work is automatically protected by copyright as soon as it is created in a fixed form (e.g., written down on paper, saved on a computer, recorded, videotaped or painted on canvas), except for a sound recording, performer’s performance or communication signal, which may be transmitted instead of fixed. The work does not have to be in its final form.
The Reference Indexes are located on the 6th floor of SFU Burnaby's Bennett library. They are located along the north side of the floor, currently shelved besides the Statstics Canada section.
Click here to see a map of the 6th floor.
At SFU Burnaby's Bennett Library, washrooms are located on every floor. Consult the Washrooms entry under Floor Plans, for detailed directions.
At both the Vancouver and Surrey campuses, washrooms are available outside the library.
At SFU Burnaby's Bennett Library there is a paper cutter on the third floor, near the printers and photocopiers.
At SFU Vancouver's Belzberg Library there is a paper cutter near the photocopiers.
At SFU Surrey's Fraser Library, a paper cutter and other office supplies that can be found in the Library's print/copy room (3625).
At the Bennett Library, a pencil sharpener, and other office supplies can be found at the stationery table near the printers on the 6th, 5th, and 3rd floors (including Reserves).
At Belzberg, a pencil sharpener, and other office supplies can be found next to the photocopiers.
At the Surrey library, a pencil sharpener, and other office supplies, can be found in the Library's print/copy room (3625).
At SFU Burnaby's Bennett Library, a stapler and other office supplies can be found at the stationery table near the printers on the 6th, 5th, and 3rd floors. There is also a stapler at the table near the photocopier in Reserves on the 3rd floor.
At SFU Vancouver's Belzberg Library, a stapler is available near the photocopiers.
At SFU Surrey's Fraser Library, a pencil sharpener and other office supplies can be found in the Library's print/copy room (3625).