Fair Use guidelines determine how much of a work you can use in a course without obtaining copyright permissions. For books, articles, and other textual materials, fair use regulations apply whether you are using the material in a face-to-face class, on course reserves or within the course management system.
- If the library subscribes to a journal in electronic format, you can link to any articles in the journal.
- If the library only subscribes to a journal in print, you may scan the articles that you need, and put them on reserve in the library or add them to Moodle. It is the responsibility of the instructor to conduct a fair use analysis or obtain copyright permissions for any materials being put on course reserves or in the course management system.