Both Boole and Brookfield BHSL Libraries have re-opened with the safety of Library users and staff as our chief guiding principle.
Please see our policies and important changes regarding re-opening here
Legal protection which arises automatically when a work is created to protect the interests of the creator. It prevents others from using the work without permission. Copyright Law protects these rights:
|Literary/Artistic/Film||70yrs from death of author|
|Computer generated works||70yrs after work made public|
|Sound Recordings/Broadcasts/Cable programmes/Typographical arrangements||50 yrs after making or transmission|
Images have their own copyright so make sure that you credit the creator of the image.
Irish Copyright Licensing Agency (ICLA)
UCC has a licence which allows:
Staff/students "to copy extracts from published works in which copyright subsists." but "not in connection with any commercial activity."
Up to 10% of a work or a chapter
1 article in an issue of a journal