University of Connecticut

Scan Chapters

Linking to Articles from Full Text Databases in HuskyCT

Linking to articles and ebooks is much easier than doing your own scans. Click on the link above for directions on how to share journal articles. If we do not have electronic access to the material you wish to use it may be possible for you to scan it. Please see scanning instructions below.

 

Putting a scan of an article or book chapter in HuskyCT from material owned by the Library.

  • Obtain your NetID and password.
  • Request a HuskyCT course.
  • Determine if your selection complies with copyright and fair use.  Click here for more in depth copyright information.
  • Scan your selection and upload it to your HuskyCT course site. Include the title page and the page with the copyright symbol.
  • Please remember, the initial quality of the paper image is the largest determinant in the quality of the final product!
  • Scan on Demand may be used to scan chapters for course assignments from materials owned by the Library. Instructors are responsible for compliance with copyright.
  • Once you have obtained/created the scan you can upload the file to your HuskyCT course site. This Blackboard Help page has a section on How to Create an Item (i.e. upload a file/scan).

 

Putting a scanned article or book chapter in HuskyCT from personally owned material.

  • Personal copies must be owned in their original format, i.e. you own a legal copy of a book or are a subscriber to the journal. Possession of a photocopy does not constitute ownership in the original format.
  • Obtain your NetID and password.
  • Request a HuskyCT course.
  • Determine if your selection complies with copyright and fair use.  Click here for more in depth copyright information.
  • Scan your selection and upload it to your HuskyCT course site. Include the title page and the page with the copyright symbol.
  • Please remember, the initial quality of the paper image is the largest determinant in the quality of the final product!
  • Once you have created the scan you can upload the file to your HuskyCT course site. This Blackboard Help page has a section on How to Create an Item (i.e. upload a file/scan).

 

Putting material in HuskyCT (ECR) which is not owned by you or the Library

  • Student papers placed on Reserve must be accompanied by a signed release form.
  • Selections obtained through InterLibrary Loan, borrowed, or photocopied by you from another Library’s holdings or from a colleague cannot be placed on Reserve unless permission from the publisher is obtained or copyright fees are paid.
  • Course anthologies cannot be placed on Reserve due to copyright restrictions.
  • Once you have determined if you can use the material, upload the file to your HuskyCT course site. This Blackboard Help page has a section on How to Create an Item (i.e. upload a file/scan).