As a general rule:
If you want to bring any licensed material (normally online journals or e-books) to the attention of students or colleagues, please link to it via Reading Lists Online rather than email it or add a full-text version to a network such as Moodle.
You should not make licensed material available to others over any kind of network or by email without checking the terms of the licence concerned.
Where e-books are concerned, there are generally no limits to the amount of text you may read or display on the screen, but you should not download, copy or print out more than 5% of the whole of the e-book. If you exceed this limit, you may find that e-book access is blocked, not only for you but also for your fellow students. Please see our e-book library guide for further information.
As a guideline regarding electronic journals, you may print or download single copies of articles and database search results providing they are for your own personal use. You may also email them to yourself. You must not systematically make copies of a whole issue of a journal.