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The 'illustration for instruction' exception allows the copying of any type of copyright work for the purposes of illustration when teaching.
Due to Copyright exceptions changes in 2014, this can now be done in any medium.
There are a number of conditions that must be adhered to if you wish to rely on copying under this exception:
A quotation from a work can be used where it's considered 'fair dealing'. It should only be the amount necessary to justify the specific point for which it is being used. Sufficient acknowledgement must be given to the author of the work.
Computer programs are protected as literary works. Information in databases is also covered by copyright. Before downloading information you should read and abide by the licence for the database you are using. Databases may also receive protection for the selection and arrangement of the data. Databases are protected against the unauthorised extraction and re-utilisation of the contents of the database. You are not allowed to use material from a database for commercial purposes.
A short extract of a work can be used to support or show criticism or form part of a review of a work; in such cases it is not necessary to obtain the copyright holders permission to use the extract. It must be 'fair dealing' and be sufficiently acknowledged. The material quoted must be accompanied by actual discussion, assessment or material to deserve the criticism and review classification.
Although sheet music including words is excluded from the CLA licence for multiple copies of material for class, it is still covered by the 'fair dealing' provision. So students and staff can take one copy of short extracts ( no more than 5%) of a musical work for personal use, criticism and review or research but not for performance. Copying of a complete work is completely forbidden