The Hanze Library offers a huge collection of both physical books and digital materials that can be reused or linked to for educational purposes.
The following types of materials from the Library collection may be used in the LMS:
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The Hanze Library owns licenses for a large number of scientific databases.
The license conditions for several of these databases allow for the use of their materials in the LMS.
These license conditions are understood to constitute direct authorisation by the copyright holder (the publisher) and take precedence over the conditions of the Easy Access agreement.
To determine whether this is the case, click the 'Permitted uses for this database' link in the A-Z list of databases, e.g.:
Databases that allow you to share their content on the LMS are:
Teaching materials tend to contain a lot of images.
Finding images that can be shared freely can be challenging.
The Hanze Library provides access to the Britannica Image Quest database in order to help you in this process.
The EBSCO Curriculum Builder is a LMS tool that allows you to directly import content from EBSCO databases into LMS courses by means of a permalink. The tool also allows you to link to materials from other databases.
The use of links offers an added advantage, ensuring that your sources are always in compliance with copyright regulations. This also allows for reuse.
You can organise your sources into folders, allowing you to access and edit content at course and term level. Students also benefit from the fact that all content can be easily accessed within a single application. The course list also includes a list of sources in various citation styles (such as APA and Vancouver) that can be applied at article level. You can add notes and instructions at article level.
Course Reserves is a module within our WorldCat Discovery catalogue that allows you to create overviews of courses and the sources they draw on.
All the available sources in HanzeWorldCat can be reserved (selected) for the course/list you are creating.
The courses can be accessed through the Hanze WorldCat search bar.
You will need to modify your role in the WorldCat Discovery system (the catalogue) in order to create a course in Course Reserves.
If you would like user rights to use Course Reserves, please contact the Library Systems information demand management department.
You can also narrow down the list of sources by filtering the A-Z list by: