You can link directly from your course to millions of articles, book chapters and databases accessed through the Library or, if no electronic version is available, it's easy to scan and upload book chapters or journal articles!
Check the Library catalogue for the desired reading. Do you see one of these buttons?
If so, you have access to an e-version → Go to step 2
No e-version → Go to step 3
Looking for the link? Find your e-book or article in the Library catalogue, click on the Share icon on the upper righthand side, then copy and paste the permalink into myCourses.
Not sure how to create a link in myCourses? Check out these instructions.
- 20% of a work
- 1 entire chapter of a book (as long as it does not total more than 20% of the book)
- 1 entire article from a journal
If you use your own scan, please register for a Savia account and report your scanned readings. Follow these Optical Character Recognition (OCR) instructions to ensure that your scanned documents are accessible to students using screen readers. Alternatively, you can request a scan from the Library's course readings service - if you use this service we will take care of the reporting for you.
Questions? Need some help? Please contact copyright.library [at] mcgill.ca.