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WAVE Report on public webpages

Question asked by Corinne Rowland on Jun 12, 2017
Latest reply on Aug 28, 2017 by rogrant@nmsu.edu
I was wondering if you could offer some guidance about using material from public webpages. I should begin by mentioning that this will be in a face-to-face classroom. 
 
I’d like to have my students engage the debate about free speech on college campuses, and there are several online articles that would be useful. But when I run a WAVE report on the pages, which are from prominent outlets like The New Yorker and The Atlantic, I either can’t get a report because the page requires cookies or there are quite a few errors. 
 
The compounding problem is that I’d like the students to be able to print out the article so they can annotate it. But when I run a WAVE report on the page, I either can’t get a report because the page requires cookies or there are quite a few errors. 
 
I can grab the content and paste it into Word and include a citation, but I don’t think that will meet copyright guidelines. 
 
(I'm passing along this question from an instructor, that I'm not sure how to answer entirely.)

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