Coursepacks are print collections of materials. These are arranged through the bookstore, printed for TWU, and sold at the bookstore.
It is possible to use a coursepack for materials where the amount that needs to be copied exceeds what is permitted under fair dealing and use a combination of the other options on this page for the rest of the materials.
Many of our electronic databases and e-book collections provide stable links (permalinks, durable links, etc.) to articles and e-book chapters that can be placed in MyCourses or on a class website.
You may want to give students the references of articles you would like them to access and have them learn how to find an article from a reference as part of your learning outcomes.
Finding Articles from a Reference
There are two ways to find an article from a reference:
1. Look up the title of the journal through the library website. This brief tutorial shows how, starting at the :43 second mark.
2. Look up the title of the article using Google Scholar through the library website. This brief tutorial shows how.
Under the Fair Dealing provisions of copyright law, we can copy and provide to students brief excerpts of copyright material for educational purposes. The PDFs must be on a password protected site and available only to students in the course.
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