Explaining aspects of copyright to be aware of when studying, lecturing or undertaking research. Please note that information on these pages is for guidance only: it does not constitute formal legal advice.
They are an insubstantial part of the source publication, or
They are Creative Commons licenced
Acknowledge everything you use unless not reasonably practicable (but be certain that it isn’t!).
Make textual material available on Moodle if
The source publication is covered by the CLA licence (use Reading Lists)
We have electronic access (provide a link)
The material is from a website (provide a link)
You have permission, you own the copyright or it is out of copyright
It is an insubstantial amount used for illustration or criticism and review
Make an entire film or sound recording available on Moodle (see if it is available to be linked to from one of our resources such as Naxos Music Library or Box of Broadcasts, or obtain permission from rightsholder)
Make standalone images (i.e., not included in a published item such as a book or journal article) available without permission from rightsholder
Make any ERA licensed broadcast material available overseas
Naxos Music Library contains over 140,000 tracks of music, including the entire Naxos label. Most of the collection is classical, but the database also includes jazz, world, new age, and some pop and rock.
An off-air recording and media archive service which enables all staff and students to choose and record any broadcast programme from 60+ TV and radio channels. The recorded programmes are then kept indefinitely and added to a growing media archive (currently at over 1 million programmes), with all content shared by users across all subscribing institutions. Please note: Only available to users in the UK and for educational use only