Please ensure that your name is on your copy card. If lost, your card is more likely to be handed in if it has your name on it. Ask at the circulation desk if you've lost your card.
Take care of your copy card. It may no longer work if:
We do apologize but refunds can not be given for lost or damaged cards or for funds lost as a result of failure to operate the Card Center, card readers or photocopiers, in accordance with the instructions provided. Please report any problems other than the ones described above to the Circulation desk. Explain the problem and the library staff may be able to replace the card.
If you encounter problems with the copiers, such as paper jams, low toner or no paper, please ask at the Circulation desk for assistance. Do not try to fix the problem yourself. If you have questions about how the copiers or Card Center machine work, do not hesitate to ask.
A copyright owner is entitled to take legal action against a person who infringes his copyright. Unless otherwise permitted by the Copyright Act 1968, unauthorized copying of a work in which copyright subsists may infringe the copyright in that work.
Where making a copy of a work is fair use under section 40 of the Copyright Act 1968, making that copy is not an infringement of the copyright in the work.
It is fair use to make a copy, for the purposes of research or study, of one or more articles on the same subject matter in a periodical publication or, in the case of any other work, of a reasonable portion of a work. In the case of a published work that is not less than 10 pages and is not an artistic work, 10% of the total number of pages, or one chapter, is a reasonable portion.
More extensive copying may constitute fair use for the purpose of research or study. To determine whether it does, it is necessary to check the criteria set out in sub-section 40 (2) of the Copyright Act 1968.