Library Copyright Experts across the nation have put together a helpful Public Statement: Fair Use and Emergency Remote Teaching and Research document for us to use as a guide. Feel free to reach out to us with these types of questions, and we can go to the experts for support.
Amandajean Nolte has recommended an excellent resource in the Facebook group Pandemic Pedagogy! If there is ever the time for community (even a digital one), this is it.
Also thanks to Amandajean for the original information on this page! It will grow and change, but she provided the initial explanations and thorough lists.
If you find access to one of your preferred resources difficult, don't hesitate to contact your liaison librarian (see link on the left) to discuss options and alternatives.
These resources will continue to be available even after the pandemic.
You don't have to do anything additional to access these resources--search OneSearch as usual, and the resources will appear in relevant results.
Curious what they are?
Most of these resources will be available through the end of May.
Many of Vogel Library's online materials are licensed for use by the Wartburg community only. To provide access to these online resources, OneSearch and databases such as ProQuest Central and Academic Search Elite provide a "permalink." This link will take them to our EZPROXY server so they can log in to the Wartburg network, and then to the item in the link. EBSCO requires you to use the Permalink in the sidebar, while ProQuest has made all of their links permalinks and you can pull those straight from the hyperlink bar. We discourage you from uploading the PDFs yourself because of Copyright, but also because it throws off our statistics and can make it harder for us to show accurate usage when it comes to budget decisions.
If you find access to one of your preferred resources difficult, don't hesitate to contact your liaison librarian (see link above) to discuss options and alternatives.