WARNING CONCERNING COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS
Please take note of the Copyright and Related Rights Act, 2000 and the consequent regulations which update the law in the making of photocopies and reproductions of library materials. At times under certain conditions specified in the Copyright and the Related Rights Act 2000, libraries and archives may be authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction(s). Important: one of these conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction may not be used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research and that only one copy be provided for scholarly purposes, unless copyright fees are paid. The library is unable at this time to provide materials for COMMERCIAL PURPOSES. Further reproduction of paper copies made from the College's computer system may be in violation of copyright laws and is prohibited. If further clarification is required please enquire from firstname.lastname@example.org
NCI and Copyright for Students
All students of the National College of Ireland must be aware of copyright regulations when using material from books (print or eBooks), journals (print or online) and webpages or websites. No copying may exceed 5% of the published volume or issue.
For full details see: Guidelines for Using Copyright Material for Higher Educational Purposes
Cite all material used
Any material used in your assignments should be referenced with a full bibliographic citation. Citations should include the author, title, publication date & source of the item, e.g. book, journal, website etc. The main referencing styles used in NCI are Harvard, APA or IEEE. For further information on referencing material see here.
This updated HE [Higher Education] License covers copying & scanning from books, journals, magazine & newspapers
The License provides annual blanket permissions to copy & reuse content from print & digital publications
It allows you to:
Make copies from digital & print books, magazines, newspapers & websites
Share copies with students & staff
Store copies on your intranet
Copy up to 1 article, chapter or 10% of the total, whichever is greater
Copy publications from Ireland plus many other international territories including the UK, USA, Australia, France, Germany, Spain & Italy
Include newspapers published in Ireland & the UK
Use images from publications included in the ICLA Licence
The purpose of the Licence is intended to broaden & enrich students' learning experience by enabling an institution to provide greater access to copyright materials, through creating course packs or putting reading material on VLEs [Virtual Learning Environments] such as Moodle.