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Presentation given at the University of Leeds' Lunchtime Learning and Teaching Programme on 16th February 2005.

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  • The Library Permission granted? Learning and Teaching copyright issues Louise Cole, Leeds University Library Janet Jurica, Secretariat 16 February 2005
  • The Library First, some questions for you • Do you put together print or electronic course packs for your students? • Are you aware of the copyright licences we have signed at the University? • Do you print articles from e-journals to give to your students? • Do you work with multimedia?
  • The Library Today’s session will tell you … • Which copyright licences we have to allow you to copy and digitise material for teaching • What you should consider when putting together a print or electronic course pack • Where to look for teaching-friendly image collections