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Finding and Accessing Content for Courses: Free, Open, and Affordable Resources: Use Library Resources

Library eResource Databaes

Books and Textbooks

Streaming Video

Articles

Fully exercise the right of fair use to make as much course material as possible digitally available to students via course-management or library systems. Provide permalinks to journal articles and other resources from the library's website on your Blackboard site or Library E-Reserves (free access to students).

Help from your Subject Specialist Librarian

Your subject specialist librarian can help:

  • Identify appropriate ebooks already available in the library's collection and use them as course textbooks.
  • Check licensing for library-owned eBooks. Many of our books are only licensed to be used by one person at a time. Contact your librarian to see if alternative licenses are availalble.
  • Check expiry dates for streaming video.