Ginkgotree (http://ginkgotree.com/) allows you to create your own collection of journal articles and materials for a course. It is free for instructors, and creates a course portal where you can build lessons and content. The course can contain websites, documents and materials you create (including html), or collections of chapters and articles from published journals and books. Ginkgotree takes care of obtaining the copyright permissions for materials in the course “pack.” Students are charged $20 plus the cost of copyright materials. Ginkgotree has partnerships with multiple publishers, including: McGraw-Hill, Pearson, Cengage Learning, Waveland Press, bluedoor, FA Davis, and OpenStax. And in terms of integrating with an existing LMS, they have also partnered with Blackboard, Canvas, Desire2Learn, and eCollege. It is a promising site to bundle materials for students at a reduced cost, while allowing students to read some of the latest articles in a field where your institution’s library may not have a subscription to those journals. It also can potentially serve as a way for faculty to build courses (minus assessments, of course) and keep that content easily “transferable” from semester to semester or one LMS to another.