Who can give copyright advice?
What does the CLA licence let you do?
What can you share with students?
- You can share open educational resources (or works in the public domain)
- You can link out to freely available online resources that are not openly licensed
- You may be able to share a limited amount of copyrighted content such as published books with students as part of live-streamed or recorded online instruction via CANVAS, as it is a restricted Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) behind Single Sign-On (SSO)
- You will need to acknowledge the copyright holder
- The CLA licence terms for Higher Education have been amended for COVID-19 until the end of July 2021.
- You can give your students a persistent, proxy link to resources in SOLO - ask a librarian via email@example.com or Live Chat
- Open licenses are added by the copyright holder and give permission in advance for the kinds of use needed for teaching and learning: to download and save a local copy, make revisions, and share widely, without violating copyright
- Open educational resources are available for free online
- Open educational resources can be made more accessible
- If you need accessible documents, please contact the Bodleian’s Accessible Resources Unit (ARACU) - firstname.lastname@example.org
- For sources of OER content, please see the OER tab of this LibGuide and 'Keeping Oxford Reading'.
by Jane Secker and Chris Morrison (2016)
The entire e-book is available to members of the University via SOLO - http://solo.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/permalink/f/n28kah/oxfaleph020627243
Facet Publishing has made some chapters publicly available temporarily:
Last updated 15 April 2020