Faculty and staff are an integral part of Brescia. You contribute to the success of our students, and we can contribute to yours. From supporting course reserves to information literacy programming, we’re here to aid in your work.
Copyright gives the creator of an original work legal rights to it, usually for a limited period of time. In Canada, copyright is governed by the Copyright Act.
Brescia University provides students, faculty and staff with access to audio/video (AV) equipment to be used for on-site presentations.
The Beryl Ivey Library team is available to offer assistance and resources for exploring issues, asking questions and seeking information with our students.
The Course Readings Collection is a repository of required and supplementary course materials that are requested by faculty members so that their students can be assured of timely, short term access to required course readings.
Open Access (OA) is a principle where scholarly work is free for the public to access with minimal licencing restrictions.