Please remember that the library staff is here to offer help and support as you all transition to teaching online for the remainder of the semester. Some things we can help with include:
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Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC) announces its Education Continuity License to enable creative approaches to remote teaching and distance learning made necessary by the pandemic. CCC is coordinating with its community of rightsholders to authorize the use of their materials at no cost by educators as required by the pandemic during this time of emergency. More on this here.
It’s best to look for a permalink option instead of pulling the URL from the address bar of your browser. This can look different in each database.
In the current transition to virtual instruction, many vendors are relaxing access restrictions, and some vendors are providing free access to content for non-subscribers. Contact the library if you have identified a resource which will help you move to online instruction.
Access a list of information vendors providing pro bono access to their content.