Royalties Sampling Exercise

You  may have noticed yellow collection boxes appearing beside printer/copiers in schools and libraries this week. The Copyright Licensing Agency Ltd (CLA) has chosen Queen’s for a royalties sampling exercise taking place during October and is asking anyone photocopying copyright material to leave an identifying page of the book or article copied in the collection box with an added sticker  The information gathered is used as a basis for distributing licence fee revenue to copyright holders.

The sampling only concerns copyright material being photocopied from print sources. The CLA Higher Education Licence allows one chapter from any book to be copied for a module (or 10% of the book); also single journal articles (but not whole journal issues).

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