Thursday, April 13, 2017
Instructors' Corner: The Case for eReserves
By doing this, not only are you freed from having to scan or even find these articles, it also ensures that Ball State is following copyright law and our contractual obligations with the content providers and publishers.
Ideally, we find the article through one of our databases and generate a permanent link through our proxy server. If we can’t do that, then we save the scanned document to our protected server in the Libraries. You can then post a direct link on Blackboard. This helps to safeguard us against what has been happening with Georgia State University and helps you manage your course resources more efficiently.
- Cambridge Press v. Georgia State University
(2014, ARL blog)
- Cambridge University Press v. Patton
(11th Cir. Oct. 17 2014)-initial thoughts (Laura Quilter, Copyright & Information Policy Librarian
- Ball State University Libraries Course Reserves