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In this guide
Helping you to understand copyright rules and how they apply to you - contact
Nick Goodfellow if you need more support
What is copyright, what does it cover, how long does it last, who owns it and what rights does it confer?
Exceptions to copyright, what can and can't be copied or scanned, how much can be copied, and who can scan
What to be wary of when using digital images, where to find copyright free and friendly images, and how to attribute
Using copyright materials in lectures, on Moodle and on Panopto and using audio visual materials, images and book chapters and journal articles
Copyright and your thesis, including use of third party copyright materials, obtaining permissions, and alternatives to using third party works
A checklist of the key things to avoid, and good practices which enable you to comply with copyright law and make creative use of resources