The ebook and ejournals supplied by the library are covered by copyright. You can make a copy of this type of material if
You copying should be limited to
Using ejournals and ebooks in teaching - Library subscribed content
If you want to use ebooks or ejournal in your teaching then the easiest way is to create an electronic reading list with links to library subscribed content added via LIbrarySearch.
Using Articles not subscribed to by the Library, or digitized copies of book chapters
Making a copy of an ejournal article or scanning a chapter and placing that in Canvas is in breach of copyright.
If you wish use a journal article or an chapter of a printed book that is not available in electronic format, then we may be able to obtain a copy using our CLA (Copyright Licencing Agency) Licence. Under this licence we can supply a digital copy of one chapter or 10% of a book or one article from a journal which can then be made available to students via Canvas.
Alternatively, contact your Academic Liaison Librarian with the details of the articles or chapter you need to use.
You can find out more about the CLA licence here