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Copyright at Aalborg University

As a student or employee at Aalborg University (AAU), you are in touch with many different types of media. All of these are comprised by the copyright act. This page provides you with important information regarding those elements of copyright law that you - as an affilate of AAU - should know about before you use texts, pictures, film, or any other type of media .

Texts & copyright

  • What am I permitted to scan?                       
  • What am I permitted to photocopy?
  • What am I permitted to do with electronic texts?

Software & copyright

  • What am I permitted to do with digital programmes?
  • What am I permitted to do with database content?

Picture media & copyright

  • What am I permitted to do with pictures?
  • What am I permitted to do with film?
  • What am I permitted to do with television broadcasts?

Ask The Copyright Task Force

  • Members of The Copyright Task Force
  • Do you have a question regarding copyright?

Audio & copyright

  • What am I permitted to do with music and radio broadcasts?
  • What am I permitted to do with audio files and sheet music?

What is copyright?

  • Why is copyright important?
  • Move on to the Copyright Act
  • Read more about copyright and plagiarism

This page is regularly managed and updated by the Copyright Task Force at Aalborg University Library. Latest update: May 2017. “Fotos: Colourbox.com”