Library Copyright Information
Copyright is important because most of the resources that you use for research or teaching, both in print and on the Internet WILL BE protected by copyright.
Copyright is protected by legislation and any infringement could lead to legal proceedings against yourself or the University.
These pages offer copyright advice to staff and students of Southampton Solent University. They are not intended to be a definitive statement of the law although every effort has been made to provide as up-to-date and accurate information as possible.
The main points have also been summarised in some leaflets available in print in the library or electronically:
Copyright and YOU
Advice on what you can legally copy for your own private study and research
Copyright and Teaching
Advice on what you can copy for class use and what you can link to from the VLE
Digitising guidelines for academic staff
Advice on what you can ask the the Library to digitise for you
Copyright -what you can/can't do in myCourse and SOL
Advice on using materials on VLEs
Copyright for Visually Impaired Persons
Advice on what copying can be done for people with visual impairment
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