Resources from the library collectionare free for re-use by our students and faculty as we have already paid for a university-wide license. Just check the library site to make sure we have it.
Resources that are free on the webmust be checked for a copyright holder to determine if it is in the public domain, has a creative commons license, or needs permission. You can seek permission by contacting the author of the webpage if that is the copyright holder--or contact the website sponsor.
Published articlesyou obtain through inter-library loan are usually considered educational fair use if you use them for an individual class and post only for your class through Moodle.
Read Owl at Purdue on Fair Use https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/731/1/ Owl itself is a good example. At the bottom of the page the authors from the Purdue Writing Center provide instructions for those who want to print, use handouts, or link to their materials and they make it easy.
Ask an NJIT Research Librarian for help in evaluating or finding free resources.