Answered By: Nicole Tassinari
Last Updated: Aug 02, 2021     Views: 22

Yes, provided that all URLs are from the same site (have the same domain). For example, the pages you want are all from https://www.cdc.gov. So... 

  • https://www.cdc.gov/foodsafety/
  • https://www.cdc.gov/travel/notices/warning/volcano-st-vincent-grenadines

Add the first page in the URL field of the requests. Add subsequent pages from the same domain in the description box. Listing all of the pages from a single site that is being used is important for tracking high-volume sites, which may require written permission for continued use.  

Exceptions

  • If there is more than one video on one of the pages they must be submitted separately.
  • If the videos are from YouTube and have been posted by different individuals/institutions they must be submitted separately.
  • If the pages include PDFs, blogs, or articles from different authors they must be submitted separately. Some sites let these authors retain their copyright to the post/article, and we need to review each one individually.