Any works that are in the Public Domain (creative works to which no exclusive intellectual property rights apply) can be freely used in your courses. These texts can be hosted at TMU and customized (introductions, glossaries, annotations, supplementary materials) for your course.
by Gertrude Stein
This text was selected for use in an English course in the spring of 2019. By using the Hypothesis web annotation software, students in this course were able to annotate the text and provide comments on their reading and supply additional visual and textual materials relevant to the text.
Visit this book’s website to read online or download for off-line reading. Annotations made in the public Hypothesis layer are available for view; annotations made in the course group layer are private.
The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas is in the Public Domain in Canada. Annotations made available to the public using Hypothesis are also in the Public Domain.
This public domain text was used in THF 200 in the Fall 2020 term.
Paphnutius is in the Public Domain.
Contact your subject librarian for more information on finding and using public domain works.