You can search Google by 'usage rights'. This can be a huge help to faculty, staff and students in finding content that can be used for a variety of purposes. Google can help users find 'open' content that can be 'shared' freely, and in some cases, can even be modified for your specific needs.
All you have to do is:
The library has added the license information for most electronic journal subscriptions into the Library's search page. Here are a couple of quick and easy steps to help you find the given permissions for most electronic titles the University subscribes to.
1. Go the Library webpage and click the the link titled 'Journals A-Z'
2. Enter name of the journal in the 'Find Journals' search bar and hit Enter
3. View the results. A link titled 'Copyright & Permissions Information' will appear below each result. This link will display information in regards to what is or isn't permissible for each title, including: can it be linked to, can it be used in a course pack, can it be uploaded to Brightspace, etc.
PLEASE NOTE: If any options request that you 'ASK' please click the 'ASK' button and follow the instructions to request further information.
Please note: This guide does not provide legal advice. It is intented to give guidance about acceptable use of copyright protected materials.