Copyright in education and research
Students, lecturers and researchers often use and reuse third-party materials in works such as teaching materials or a thesis. The Copyright Act allows portions of a work to be used without the permission of the copyright holder, provided that certain rules are observed.
Detailed information on copyright can be found in SURF’s article on Copyright in higher education. You can use search filters to filter the results by theme (publications, images and sound), target group (student, lecturer, researcher) and role (author, user). With most answers, you can click through to get more information.