You can make and distribute links to articles from databases that the Library subscribes to. There is no need to seek permission and you don’t need to worry about copyright.
Go to the Citation Linker
3. If full text is available online, copy the entire URL from the browser address bar. Use this to link to the article in your LMS unit or My Unit Readings.
Some databases won't work with citation linker. If this is the case, it is simply a matter of copying the URL from the browser once you have located the desired article and pasting this into the relevant area in LMS or MUR. Similarly, URLs from openly accessible websites (e.g. there is no login or registration required, no payment etc) can be copied and pasted into LMS or MUR.
For more information on creating links in LMS, please refer to the Educational Technologies Help for Staff site in LMS.
For more information on creating links in MUR, please refer to the User Guide located on My Unit Readings help page.