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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.

Royalties Data Collection exercise

Academic Departments please note:

Royalties Data Collection exercise


Between 16 September and 25 October, data on photocopying for educational purposes
will be collected at City, University of London. Staff are required to record all such photocopying
at the copiers; there will be collection boxes by some copiers in order to do that.

This data will be used to help the Copyright Licensing Agency to distribute royalties payments
to authors and other rightsholders.

Further information is available on CityLibrary News.

The Copyright Guide

This guide aims to help all staff, students and others working on behalf of City, University of London to use material correctly that belongs to other people or organisations and is therefore subject to copyright law.

The links on the left of this page will take you to information about the different aspects of copyright which affect staff and students at City, University of London.

Contact Details

If you have any queries, Please contact Stephen Penton, Copyright Librarian -

Image credit

'Copyright symbol - white background' by DavidWees (CC BY 2.0) Accessed from Flickr 09/07/2015