Copyright protects all original works: essays, novels, poems, photographs, music, and many more. It protects the author's right to decide how their work is used, and places restrictions on re-use of any original work, or part of.
You are permitted to quote, or make photocopies or scans of, material for your own research/private study, providing that you make one copy for yourself only, that does not exceed the following:
Broadcasting/using sections of recorded material (video, audio, or both) is permitted for educational purposes - including examination i.e. using clips in a film submitted for your dissertation. However, always cite your quotations, as you would with written material.
iPROGRESS is a collection of learning resources aimed at helping you use information effectively and ethically in your academic work. There are five modules within iPROGRESS:
Completion of iPROGRESS can help enhance your employability skills. If you complete all the modules, you will be awarded with a Moodle badge which you can use to obtain Employability Passport points.
Find iPROGRESS on the My Learning tab in the Student Portal.
Show me how to reference...
Learning to reference correctly is a vital skill for anyone in academia. Cite them right online will help students to reference almost any source, and to understand why this is important.
A brief guide to Zotero, which allows you to retrieve, store and organise references. Also demonstrates how to use Zotero to record citations and create bibliographies within MS Word documents.