The vast majority of copying for educational purposes is permitted by the Statutory licences that the University has with CAL, Screenrights and the Music Societies.
There are, however, circumstances in which direct copyright permission is required from the copyright holder before you can reproduce or communicate material.
For legal and practical purposes, the University requires these grants of copyright permission to be obtained in writing and managed centrally through the Manager, Scholarly Publications and Copyright in Library Services.
Instances where direct permission is required may include:
Contact the Manager, Scholarly Publications & Copyright if you would like further information on gaining permission to use third party material in your next publication.
If permission has already been obtained please send a copy of all the relevant paperwork (or forward the relevant emails which state the terms of the permission granted) to the Manager, Scholarly Publications and Copyright, as it is essential that records of all copyright permissions are kept centrally.
It is customary to acknowledge the permission of copyright holders, and many copyright holders require inclusion of a particular form of acknowledgment, for example:
Reproduced with permission by the © Lawbook Co., part of Thomson Legal & Regulatory Limited, http://www.thomson.com.au