Source: The Review Project
This research guide was created by Nicole Arnold, built off the work of Allegra Swift at UCSD.
If you need to move a class online, you need to consider copyright and licenses before placing content on a course management system. UCI, like many of our sister UC campuses, use CANVAS.
Reminder #1: You can not always post content online just because you have access to a resource or the system is password protected!
Reminder #2: Don't have time to dig though licenses and fair use assessments? Use Open Educational Resources - all types of content and ancillaries!
1. Link to library licensed content such as journal articles or do a fair use assessment if you want to post the actual content. Be sure to remind the students they need to create an acct on VPN to get access to library licensed/paywalled content remotely.
We have guides and expertise in these areas:
There are many reasons instructors might want to use OER: