Copyright automatically exists when original expressions of ideas are recorded in any of the following formats: text, art, performance, sound recording/music, film, broadcast and typographical layout. What you're allowed to do with copyrighted works depends largely on the purpose for which you're using them. These pages are structured around the main ways you use and create copyright work.
The University is committed to acknowledging and protecting the copyright of rights holders and adhering fully to the terms and conditions of the licences it holds. The University Copyright Policy applies to all information used within the scope of University activity and relates to all material covered by relevant legislation.
If you can't find what you're looking for, contact the Copyright & Compliance Officer who will be happy to provide further guidance.