How much of a book can I photocopy?
Answered By: Richard Fallis Last Updated: Jan 12, 2017 Views: 135
Copyright restrictions mean that you cannot photocopy or scan a whole book.
However, copying limited amounts of any published text for the purposes of non-commercial research or private study is permitted under UK copyright law. This must however be copying for personal use.
The Higher Education Copying Licence held by Queen's sets clear limits on copying: you can reproduce book extracts of up to one chapter, or 10% of the whole book (whichever is the greater).
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