Can manuscript material be photocopied?
Answered By: Susan Kirkpatrick Last Updated: Oct 25, 2017 Views: 21
Reproduction of Special Collections & Archives materials at Queen’s University Belfast is subject to copyright law (UK Copyright Patents and Designs Act 1988). Scanning & photocopying by Special Collections & Archives staff for personal research or study is carried out under particular terms and conditions which are explained on our Reproductions web page.
Researchers may scan materials for personal research using the book page scanner provided. There is a charge (1p per image) for this facility; all images are watermarked. Permission to scan some manuscript materials may be subject to restriction.
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