Copies originating from legitimate sources may be placed in the Library Photocopy Collection with a cover sheet attached, bearing the bibliographic details, the academic year of creation and the means by which it was obtained. (MSWord version)
A legitimate source would be any of
the following categories:
Licensed Material (i.e. original material owned by this institution
and licensed for photocopying by the Copyright Licensing Agency,
under the Blanket Licence).
This covers all publications owned by Middlesex University regardless of their location.
- Being out of copyright
/ public domain (see duration
- With the explicit
permission of the copyright holder (copyright waived)
- With the written
permission of the copyright holder(s)
- With permission and payment of a royalty under the ..................................Copyright Cleared Service (e.g. CLA, NLA - UK Newspapers, DACS - Artistic works etc.)
Please contact Kate Vasili
- Copyright Officer for assistance with all the above
and payment of a royalty under the British Library
BL LPCS - Library Privilege Copy Service (No further copying is allowed) OR
BL CFPCS - Copyright Fee Paid Service (Copying allowed)
Under the terms of s.41 of the CDPA 1988*Copying for StockUnder the terms of s.42 of the CDPA 1988*Copying for Replacement (Strictly for reference. No lending or further copying allowed under the licence).
If a copy has been obtained by a means where further copying is prohibited (as directed above), this copy must bear the words NOT TO BE PHOTOCOPIED for which purpose, a rubber stamp has been supplied to each Library.