It is advisable to make links (rather than copies) wherever possible.
Thompson Rivers University Library subscribes to a large number of subscription databases and online journals. The agreements that the TRU Library negotiates with its database vendors and publishers allow use of licensed material for research, instruction, and educational purposes. Commercial use of licensed material is not allowed under the terms of our database licences. Generally the licence terms, in most cases, allow you to print or download a copy of an article for yourself and to post persistent links to journal articles from your course learning management system (Blackboard or Moodle). We do provide specific licensing information on our "more information" page for each database on our database A-Z list
For questions or help with persistent links contact your Subject librarian.
The Harvard Business Review (HBR) has especially restrictive licensing provisions, much more so than fair dealing legislation. If you wish to direct your students to articles from Harvard Business Review, please contact your Subject Librarian for advice on associated copyright restrictions. You may not post PDFs from Harvard Business Review on Blackboard or Moodle at any time. The library also has a guide on how to use citations to locate articles.
Ebsco databases: Academic Search Complete, AltHealth Watch, Business Source Premier, CINAHL, EconLit, ERIC, Health Source: Consumer Edition, Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition, LISTA, PsycARTICLES, and PsycInfo
Your final URL will look like this:
Proquest hosted databases: Canadian Newsstand, Canadian Research Index, CBCA Reference & Current Events, and CBCA Education.