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Licensed eResources

eResources (e.g. ebooks, ejournals, databases) accessed through the University of South Australia are governed by contractual agreements (licences) which override the Copyright Act. The ways you are allowed to use material from these resources depend upon the licence terms.

 

The Digital Readings Service can provide information on how to use licensed eResources as teaching material.

 

For specific information regarding the use of eResources, please email LBY-eresources@unisa.edu.au.

 

Useful Links

 

  • ClickView ClickView provides anywhere, anytime, any device access to a large range of video resources (over 2000 videos in 6 collections: Natural Resources, Arts and Recreation, Business and Services, Health and Public Sector, Manufacturing and Engineering, and Foundation Skills), or check out thousands of recorded TV broadcasts in the Exchange.

  • EnhanceTV Find streamed film, television and radio resources. Produced by Screenrights.

  • EduTV (via Informit) Find over 30,000 programs from a range of learning areas. Includes documentaries, and programs broadcast on pay TV channels such as The History Channel, National Geographic, BBC Knowledge and Discovery.

  • Kanopy Search a wide range of content from distributors including Madman Entertainment, Paramount, Universal, ABC and BBC. Coverage includes: Arts, Business, Health Sciences, Media and Communications, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and Teacher Education.

  • TVNews (via Informit) Streamed videos of Australian television news, and current affairs, as well as selected documentaries, from the free-to-air networks. Content from 2007 onwards.

  • Lynda.com An online library of courses that teach the latest software, creative, and business skills through over 5,000 high-quality instructional videos taught by recognized industry experts.
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