What should you report
Be sure to report any content from the Copibec repertoire that you have photocopied, scanned or displayed onscreen, including all content use falling within the limits of the agreement between Copibec and the education sector.
In other words, even if you don't exceed the limits of the agreement, you still have to declare your uses.
If you’d like to use an excerpt that exceeds the specified limits, you’ll need to get permission first.
Type of documents not to be declared
- Any material that is not used as described above.
For example, notebooks, textbooks and novels purchased by the school or students do not need to be declared if no excerpts have been reproduced, read live or shown in class.
- Reproducible or licensed material.
Examples: Material from sites such as Mieux Enseigner, Le jardin de Vicky, Les éditions de l'envolée, TeachersPayTeachers, material or worksheets published by school publishers sold with reproduction licenses.
- Material coming from platforms.
For example: Biblius, OHdio jeunesse, Télé-Québec en classe, i+ and Epik.
Examples: audio and video sites, blogs, web pages.
*magazine and newspaper articles and song lyrics, taken from the web, must be declared.
What the agreement makes possible
Follow this link to learn about the terms of the agreement: MEQ — Copibec agreement
Automatic declarations with Samuel
Teachers can use the Samuel platform free of charge to meet their needs for diversified content in the classroom. Samuel has been designed specifically for education professionals, in compliance with the MEQ - Copibec agreement.
The platform brings together thousands of works from over a hundred Quebec and French-Canadian publishers and partners.
One of the advantages of using Samuel is that declarations of document use are made automatically!
Declare your uses on Savia
You will first need to log in to your account, here: admin.copibec.qc.ca
Go to the Copy Log Entry Statement page, which is located on the left side of your screen.
Complete the steps to identify the user and the works used.
Tutorials for the online declaration (French only)