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A checklist of things concerning copyright that you should and shouldn’t do.
Check the Library copyright webpages for guidance or get in touch with Nick Goodfellow if you need help.
Photocopy whichever is greater of up to 10% of a work, or:
whole book chapter
whole journal article, conference paper, case from law report
single scene from a play
short story, poem or play of less than 10 pages from anthology
Hyperlink to ebooks, ebook chapters and online journal articles from Leeds Trinity University Library’s collections.
Contact the Library’s
reading lists team if you want a reading list to be created or a digitisation to be provided. Press the pause button on Panopto to exclude copyright excluded content from your recording or edit post recording. Contact the Digital Learning team if you need help doing this.
Use images in PowerPoint presentations with an appropriate Creative Commons licence or copyright free images and include an attribution.
Attribute any externally produced resources on Moodle, using LTU APA or Harvard referencing conventions.
Make photocopies for teaching or study purposes without checking whether it is okay to do so. Check the list of
Excluded works and publishers. Scan and upload copies of copyright protected resources yourself to Moodle.
Upload recordings to Moodle using Panopto containing content from commercial DVDs or streamed services or copyright protected images.
Use randomly sourced images from Google Images in teaching materials without checking permissions.