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Copyright Questions: Making chapters from a book available to your students
This narrated slideshow (8 minutes) shows how UK copyright law applies to an example book and explores how a tutor can make copies of selected chapters to distribute to students

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Creative Commons and 21st Century Distribution
Slides for a Level 3 Digital Practice and Theory lecture on using CC, promoting your work and ways to get it out there, some demonstration on the economic value of sharing.

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Copyright Issues - an exploration
This is a set of videos which explore issues associated with the use of digital video. The videos help bring home the observation that 'piracy' is viewed in many different ways by different people depending upon their context, and the prevailing local laws.

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Copyright in context
Questions asked by library staff and answered by experts, to give insight into everyday issues to do with copyright and licensing.

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Copyright and wrong
Article from Economist debating copyright and role in today's society

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Keep up-to-date with copyright
Brief listing of books and webpages on copyright law and how to interpret it.

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Intute tutorial on image searching
Would you like to learn how to use the Internet to find copyright cleared images for your work, quickly and efficiently?

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Copyright toolkit from Eduserv
If you are a first-time user of the toolkit, new to your job, or inexperienced in copyright and right clearance issues, you are recommended to begin with the introductory exercise (greetings card activity). The questions in the exercises have been designed to build up copyright knowledge, beginning at a most basic level of understanding. These exercises should be followed in sequence order to benefit from each learning outcome.

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copyright resources

A collection of resources to inform staff about copyright issues, including useful links to articles and webpages as well as a PDF called "Copyright in Context" pertinant questions and answers that formed part of a study morning held at the Hartley Library in May 2010 and also a narrated powerpoint presentation by Adam Warren.

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