Learn more about the new copyright legislation and how it may affect your teaching. Session last offered Nov 12, 2013.
We have included the slides from our presentation for your future reference. Contact information is included on the slides themselves should you require that information.
For more information on Copyright, please refer to our library guide at http://libguides.usask.ca/copyright.
The websites below provide access to materials that are either in the public domain, have Creative Commons licenses, or are licensed for educational use.
The University Library's Usage Rights Database is designed to assist our users with identifying important license information as it pertains to the use of our electronic resources.
When searching for a specific e-journal title, you can see what is, and is not, permitted to use for the purpose of e-reserves, direct linking, or inclusion in coursepacks and course management systems, like Blackboard.
For more information about copyright as it pertains to specific library's services (ex: interlibrary loan, e-reserves, etc.), please refer to our complete library guide on copyright found at: http://libguides.usask.ca/copyright.
There are also links to additional guides which discuss finding and inserting direct links to licensed library resources as well as using Open Access resources.