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Performance, showing or playing of work in public’ is a ‘restricted act’ in law.  Playing or showing a work to an audience of students at an educational establishment is allowed by law.

Recent changes to the law now mean that it is possible upload what has been performed, shown or recorded and placed onto Learn. This exception is allowed provided that the material placed in Learn is limited to illustration for instruction and the copying is fair (in that it does not negatively impact on the market for the original work).

It may be possible for you to play the work under some appropriate licence, such as the ERA Plus Licence, Box of Broadcasts or the PPL Licence.

If you want to play a work in a way which is not covered by legal exceptions or by the licences that the University holds, you can always get in touch with the copyright owner of the work and ask for permission directly.

For more information please contact the University Copyright Advisor:

copyright@lboro.ac.uk;

01509 222351.

Updated by Alison Ashmore 5 May 2015

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