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The first rule of copyright, just because you can technically copy it, doesn't mean you can legally copy it!
The second rule is that providing a link or embedding a resource is always legal.
Beyond that, whether the copy is legal or not depends on: what you are copying, how much of it you want to copy, how you are going to share it and who to.
Open Educational Resources
Fair Dealing Exceptions and limits
Which licenses does the School have?
Where can I find out more about Copyright?