Library resources can be incorporated into Moodle Course sites. The Library works with CETL to help you identify and obtain materials and then integrate documents, links and other tools.
Instructions for how to create links to different types of sources is available on the How to Link section of this page.
For assistance creating links or any questions about resources for Moodle, please contact Raven Fonfa, Reference & Information Literacy Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Examples of resources:
Copyright for Digital Content in Moodle
When you put electronic copies of published materials, such as articles or book chapters, in Moodle, there are copyright restrictions that must be followed. Even though access to the materials may be covered by Fair Use for educational purposes; it is our responsibility to restrict electronic distribution that may violate copyright law.
CETL and the Library are happy to help you identify the copyright permissions for your materials and provide access for your students in a way that complies with copyright law.
eTools: Fair Use Evaluator and Exceptions for Instructors
From Copyright Advisory Network (CAN) of the American Library Association
Copyright Compliance Instructions:
The Copyright Clearance Center
We can get permissions to use materials through the Copyright Clearance Center.
Many publishers work with the CCC to supply permission for academic use. The CCC provides information about the availability of content based on permission type and intended use.
The publisher may require fees for use of the material. The CCC facilitates the payment of fees through Pay-Per-Use options
If permission is not available through the CCC, the library can work with you to contact the publisher or find other approaches to providing access to the requested materials.
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