CLA Higher Education Licence
It may be possible under the CLA Higher Education Licence to scan extracts from books, journals, magazines, conference proceedings and law reports published in the United Kingdom and some overseas countries.
In order to comply with the Licence, the provision of scanned course materials must be carried out by certain Library staff, who are the designated persons to undertake the scanning.
These designated persons will undertake relevant copyright checks as well as ensuring that correct copyright declarations are displayed with the scanned material. Please note that original material in print form must be owned by the University and that scanned material can only be made available through Moodle to students studying a particular module.
- Digitisation Request Form - Carmarthen and Lampeter Campuses [Excel Spreadsheet]
- Digitisation Request Form - Swansea [Excel Spreadsheet]
- Copyright Licensing Agency
Questions and Answers
Digital copies must be prepared or authorised by a 'Designated Person' within the Library and Learning Resources Service. If you have any questions or would like further information about this service which is administered by the Library, please contact: Digitisation@uwtsd.ac.uk
A Quick Guide to the CLA HE Licence for Academic Staff can be found at:
Staff and students of this University are reminded that copyright subsists in this extract and the work from which it was taken. This Digital Copy has been made under the terms of a CLA Licence which allows you to:
- Access and download a copy
- Print out a copy
This Digital Copy and any digital or printed copy supplied to or made by you under the terms of this Licence are for use in connection with this module or course of study. You may retain such copies after the end of the course, but strictly for your own personal use. All copies (including electronic copies) shall include this Copyright Notice and shall be destroyed and/or deleted if and when required by the University.
Except as provided for by copyright law, no further copying, storage or distribution (including by e-mail) is permitted without the consent of the copyright holder.
The author (which term includes artists and other visual creators) has moral rights in the work and neither staff nor students may cause, or permit, the distortion, mutilation or other modification of the work, or any other derogatory treatment of it, which would be prejudicial to the honour or reputation of the author.