Published 24 September 2020

Third-party permissions (third-party copyright)

If you are using third-party material in your work then you will need to seek permission from the person or company that owns the rights before using it. There are some exceptions to this, notably when using material for educational reasons or for the purposes of criticism and review.

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Common myths about open access

Research data and open access books

Third-party permissions

Last edited on 24 September 2020, at 12:57 (+0000)