Loughborough University holds several collective licences which allow the reuse of different kinds of material. See the ‘Licences’ menu above for more information on the more important ones.
|BoB (Box of Broadcasts)||playing off-air recordings of television programmes to the public||Sarah Williamson|
|CLA (Copyright Licensing Agency)||copying printed books and journals||Charlotte Greasley or Alison Ashmore|
|ERA Plus (Educational Recording Agency)||playing off-air recordings of television programmes to the public||Steve Corn|
|LM (Limited Manufacture Licence – MCPS)||copying sound recordings of music||Aaron Turlington Smith|
|MCPS (Mechanical Copyright Protection Society)||copying musical scores, lyrics and sound recordings of music||Aaron Turlington Smith|
|NLA (Newspaper Licensing Agency)||copying newspaper cuttings||Hannah Baldwin|
|PPL (Phonographic Performance Ltd)||playing sound recordings of music to the public||Aaron Turlington Smith|
|PRS (Performing Rights Society)||performing music (scores and lyrics) to the public||Aaron Turlington Smith|
|Open University Off-Air Recording Licence||see note below||Steve Corn|
The Open University no longer provides a separate licence for the use of its broadcasts: you may now reuse these according to the terms of the ERA Plus licence.
The Ordnance Survey (OS) no longer provides a licence for the use of its maps: they are now available through the Digimap database.
These licences do not cover the reuse of e-resources (e.g. databases, e-journals and e-books) to which the University subscribes. All of these e-resources have terms and conditions of their own. Use the link for more information about the University’s e-resources.
A spreadsheet of Electronic Resources Permissions is available on the University intranet for members of staff at the University Library to consult.
For more information please contact the University Copyright Advisor:
Updated 20 May 2015 by Alison Ashmore.
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