Content from many books, journals, magazines and some websites, is licensed for use under the CLA Licence. However there are restrictions and exclusions by category of work, title, publisher or country, depending on the mandates given to the CLA by the rights owners or their agents. You should check all content for compliance before use.
You can check whether extracts from the book, journal, magazine or website you wish to use are licensed for use as digital readings using Check Permissions, CLA's online lookup tool.
If you find that a work is excluded, and you really need to use it for educational purposes, please ask us for advice as there may be other options. Open Access materials and some Creative Commons licensed content can often be freely used for educational purposes, for example. You can often link to free-to-view content also, provided it has first been made available with permission from the copyright owner.