Information on various sites that contain test answers, notes, or lecture materials can be found below. Each includes the copyright infringement terms and/or the takedown form specific to their site. Professors who find their course materials posted without explicit permission can use those routes in order to get their materials removed.
Please contact the liaison librarian on the right if you have other course sites that should be included or questions.
Chegg is an online learning platform that contains discounted textbook solutions, homework help, math and writing prep, and test prep for a wide variety of subjects. It also provides information on internships and scholarships. Chegg is the parent organization to Couserank.com, Cramster.com, Notehall.com, studyblue.com, StudentoFortune.com, campusspecial.com, and Zinch.com
Docsity provides professor ratings, practice exams, study guides, notes, flash cards, as well as internship and job placement assistance.
Contact Docsity if you have concerns about possible copyright infringement.
StuDocU is a crowd sourced online learning and sharing platform where students can share study material. StuDocU is mainly used for book summaries, lecture notes, and exam questions.
The purpose of this guide is to provide resources and information for resolving copyright questions. This research guide does not supply legal advice nor is it intended to replace the advice of legal counsel.