Often, the best way to avoid copyright infringement is to make a licensed use of a work. The Archbishop Alemany Library facilitates this practice by licensing access to several thousand electronic journals, books, and databases for non-commercial, educational use by current Dominican University of California faculty, staff, and students. [NOTE: It is also possible to license access to other materials by simply obtaining or paying for permission for their use.]
Generally speaking, providing links to licensed content (e.g., from Moodle, library reserves, online syllabi, course or departmental webpages) is the simplest way to provide authorized access to online content.
Content already licensed for use by our campus community and available for linking:
While you are free to link to the content above, prohibited actions include:
Any of the above actions can jeopardize not only your own use, but also potentially cause the entire university community to lose access to the compromised resource.
Each licensed resource may have more detailed terms regarding its use. For questions on the permitted uses of any specific resource or how to use or provide links to these materials, please contact Micahel Pujals at email@example.com.