If you would like to use journal articles from databases produced by EBSCO (such as Academic Search Complete), look for the "permalink" to the article when you see the article displayed (usually on the right-hand side, under "Tools"). Other sources, such as JSTOR and the OhioLINK Electronic Journals Collection, make it easy to use the link that appears in the URL box when the article is displayed. Denison librarians are happy to help you find the best, reusable links. Browse and search over 500 databases.
Want to show a video or clip? Try Kanopy, an online, streaming video service, which provides access to over 26,000 films. Kanopy includes titles from PBS, BBC, Criterion Collection, Media Education Foundation and more.
Open Educational Resources (OERs) still fall within copyright. The creator of an OER needs to ensure that it does not violate the copyright law. We suggest that if a work meets one of the following criteria, it can be included in an OER :
(This content is from Carla Myers's presentation at the Miami University Libraries Copyright Conference, September 20, 2017.) Please note: The information provided here is not legal advice. If you have a legal question, you should speak with an attorney.
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