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Seven Deadly Research Copyright Myths Busted

Increased open access has confronted academic authors with complex copyright matters that they might have preferred to let lie.  But myths continue to litter researchers’ understanding of copyright.  Tony Simmonds from the Libraries’ Research Support Team straightens out some of these confusions: 1. Copyright in research publications that I write belongs to me. Myth! If …

Get your course readings digitised – try our scanning service

Did you know that the library provides a scanning service for teaching staff? We can scan chapters and journal articles from our print collections for your reading list. It is a great way to make selected readings more accessible for your students. Why use the library scanning service? It allows you to take advantage of …

Let us digitise your module readings

Did you know the library has a scanning service for teaching staff? We can scan chapters and journal articles from our print collections for your reading list. It is a great way to make selected readings more accessible for your students. Why use the Library Scanning Service? It allows you to take advantage of the …

Copy? … Right?

Here are some common instances when you might want to copy or reuse someone else’s work: Photocopy from a book for your studies Upload course readings to Moodle Quote or include an extract in your dissertation or thesis Include material in a lecture presentation In all these cases you need to consider copyright. Many of …