The University holds a number of licences which allow staff to copy material for educational purposes. These web pages set out the details of those licences and give advice on aspects of copyright which are not covered under the various licensing schemes. Advice is also given on how to protect the copyright in your own work. It is important that all staff and students comply with both copyright and also the terms and conditions of access to computer databases for which the University, or one of its departments, has registered.
For further information about the protection and commercial development of the intellectual property in your own work, you should contact the Research and Enterprise Development .
For information about infringement of copyright or copyright clearance, you should contact Clare Smith (Clare.Smith@bristol.ac.uk) or Sophie Lermon (Sophie.Lermon@bristol.ac.uk) in the Secretary's Office.
For information about the restrictions applying to the placing of photocopies into the Library's stock, see the copyright guidance pages. Subject librarians may also be able to provide assistance and can be accessed through: www.bristol.ac.uk/is/library/subjects