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"Why can't I use it? I found it on the internet"
Lobbying for Copyright reform
New copyright module launched
November is Academic Writing Month: an annual event giving you the opportunity to set some writing goals and put time aside to meet them, while sharing progress and writing tips with others.
Happy Open Access Week 2022!
Copyright infringement, plagiarism, or both? Keeping it both ethical and legal when using others’ work
Who’s afraid of copyright? Five key points for UCL staff and students to help you start the new term with confidence
With the new academic year upon us, what better time to post a refresher on copyright practices?
Whether you are preparing your lectures, carrying on with your research projects, attending new modules or writing your dissertation, here is a reminder of what you can do when using resources in your teaching, learning and research…while staying within copyright law.
The first UK Fair Dealing week is nearly upon us! Celebrating the Fair Dealing exceptions in UK copyright law, this week highlights and encourages a better understanding of the topic. It began as the US ‘Fair Use Week’ which this year has been extended to include countries who use the concept of Fair Dealing in their copyright law. Though different doctrines they have core similarities.
UCL’s ERA (Educational Recording Agency) licence enables recording of broadcast TV and radio for educational purposes: programmes are delivered through the searchable database BoB (Box of Broadcasts). For more about the ERA licence and BoB, and how they can be used to support teaching, see this previous blog post on ‘TV and radio in teaching‘.