Answered By: E-resources Team
Last Updated: 23 May 2024     Views: 212

You should not upload any scanned or PDF copies of resources to the VLE (Blackboard/Canvas/Moodle). Please see our Copyright for Lecturers page for more information. 

To ensure that you are not breaching copyright law, the best option is to use the Talis Aspire electronic reading lists to allow quick and easy links to the articles within our subscribed databases. You can find guidance on best linking practices on our Talis Aspire Reading Lists for Academic Staff guide.

Alternatively, some items can be requested as digitised readings to go on a Talis Aspire reading list. There are restrictions to what and how much can be requested - please see our guidance on Digitised Readings for more information.

The same copyright rules apply to utilising Talis Elevate and you should always consider the copyright of any content when uploading resources.

If there are articles from journals that the University does not subscribe to, you can request that it be digitised by contacting your Academic Subject Librarian

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