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Copyright always plays a role in the creation, use and publication of a thesis, article, book or educational material.
The Copyright Information Point (CIP) provides information and advice to Codarts students, teachers and researchers on copyright issues in education and research. For example with questions such as:
- Can I place a freely accessible e-book from the internet on MyLMS?
- Can I use images from the internet in my paper or educational material?
- How should I reference sources?
- I want to use a chapter in a book as educational material. Is that allowed?
A lot of information can be found in our Copyright course on MyLMS (see below). If you can't find the info you need, then send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our copyright course (available in Dutch ánd English) on MyLMS gives information about copyright in higher education and at Codarts:
(DIGITAL) READERS & MyLMS
All info for teachers on compiling (digital) readers and copyright issues on MyLMS, can be found on MyLMS in Dutch or English.