Plagiarism and Copyright
If information or ideas are obtained from any source, then they must be acknowledged according to the appropriate convention. For any direct quotation or image the source must be cited immediately. Any failure to acknowledge adequately or to cite properly other sources in submitted work is plagiarism and possibly breaks copyright laws.
- Plagiarism Policy
- Copyright Licencing Agency (CLA)
- Educational Recording Agency (ERA)
- Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL)
- Newspaper Licencing Agency (NLA)
- Performing Right Society (PRS)
- Centre for Education & Finance Management (CEFM)
YouTube Content may not be downloaded, copied, reproduced, distributed, transmitted, broadcast, displayed, sold, licensed, or otherwise exploited for any other purpose whatsoever without the prior written consent of YouTube, or YouTube's licensors. YouTube reserves all rights not expressly granted in and to the YouTube Content.
The ERA scheme permits recordings of broadcasts to be made for non-commercial educational use. A 'broadcast' is defined as a transmission for simultaneous and lawful reception by members of the public i.e. it is not encrypted or encoded and is for general reception, unlike pay per view services. The ERA Licence therefore covers scheduled free to air broadcasts on:
- BBC television and radio
- ITV Network services (including ITV2 and ITV3)
- Channel Four, E4, More 4 and Film 4
- Five Television