Australian Copyright Law requires the University to record the communication of copyrighted material via LEO, ACU Library manages this through the Copyright Database which has now moved to Equella-CAL.
What you can do:
Consider encouraging students to retrieve required reading material directly from the Library web page.
• The library subscribes to over $3 million worth of electronic resources. • Students can copy and paste article or book titles directly into ‘Library Search’ and retrieve them on or off-campus, sometimes from a choice of platforms.
If you prefer to provide the content directly via LEO:
• There is no change to procedures for creating links to online Library eResources (eJournals or eBooks) • Library staff will continue to scan copyrighted material for inclusion in the new copyright database (CAL) • Library staff will continue to record bibliographic(meta) data in CAL • Links can be created while editing or creating a LEO page • If you are rolling over a LEO unit simply let your local campus library know the unit code and semester or email email@example.com • The procedure for linking to copyright material (online readings) is very similar to linking to any content in Equella