Can manuscript material be photocopied?
Answered By: Susan Kirkpatrick Last Updated: May 10, 2017 Views: 10
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 & Permissions 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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