Do you want to include a link to a journal article from a Moodle course site or your faculty web pages?
It's easy to do if you follow a couple of simple steps.
Copying the correct link
Use the right URL! You'll need to use a persistent or stable URL--one that will be there for you and your students each time a Moodle page is opened.
Of course, each database provides the persistent URL (or PURL) to you differently, so for each database, there will be an example showing where to find the PURL.
More details and examples are provided in the link below.
"The existing copyright laws and “fair use” guidelines were written specifically for traditional classroom settings. An electronic “classroom” such as an online course is not a traditional classroom setting.
The TEACH Act revises the performance and display exemptions by updating and expanding them to apply in the digital environment. These revisions specifically provide, under certain restrictions and subject to specified conditions, for the use of copyrighted materials in the digital educational environment without having to obtain permission of the copyright holder."