E-books: Not all e-books will be suited for course use. Below are explanations of restrictions publishers may require for e-book use. If you are using Libraries' e-books in your course, don't forget to remind students to Connect from Off-Campus.
Number of users: This can vary by publisher and subscription package agreement.
Type of access: This can vary by publisher and subscription package agreement.
Digital Rights Management (DRM): This can vary by publisher and subscription package agreement.
Other JMU Libraries resources: In addition to e-books, the JMU Libraries also provide access to physical objects (like books and videos) or virtual materials (electronic journals and video playlists). Want to link to JMU Libraries' articles and videos from a Canvas course? Find detailed instructions at the Connect the Libraries to Canvas guide.
Boyoung Chae, from Wikimedia Commons
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Unless the OER is in the Public Domain, the educational resource will likely have a Creative Commons (CC) license applied. See below for a detailed look at the rights granted by the various CC license types.