Skip to ContentSkip to Navigation

University of Groningen Library

University of Groningen Library

Reuse of copyrighted course materials in the classroom

28 August 2019

Under certain conditions, you may (re)use copyrighted material in your teaching. If you do not comply with these conditions, this will have financial consequences for your faculty.

The Board of the University has recently adopted a new policy on this subject.

The University Library provides support in determining how you can make copyright-protected material available in your education and how, for example, you can easily generate a reliable link to material to which the university has a license.

Last modified:04 September 2019 4.18 p.m.
printView this page in: Nederlands

More news

  • 11 October 2019

    Down Under with Top Dutch (update)

    After two years of hard work, the Groningen Top Dutch Solar Racing team has arrived in Australia. The team consists of students of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences, University of Groningen, and secondary vocational education (MBO) and is currently...

  • 08 October 2019

    Making a splash in whale research

    He disliked genetics as an undergraduate and never really wanted to work with whales. Yet, Per Palsbøll became a worldwide expert in the genetics of marine mammals, heading a research programme spanning the entire globe. Introducing the concept of...

  • 03 October 2019

    New criteria for bank loans and stock exchanges listings could protect depleted marine resources from seafood sector

    Two reforms in the finance sector have the potential to accelerate action towards a sustainable seafood industry, according to new research published in the journal Science Advances. Compiling data on 160 publicly listed seafood companies and 3000...

Follow us onfacebook twitter instagram