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

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

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  • 1. The Library Permission granted? Learning and Teaching copyright issues Louise Cole, Leeds University Library Janet Jurica, Secretariat 16 February 2005
  • 2. 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?
  • 3. 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