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Individual images, graphs or tables from a printed book

To ensure copyright compliance you must obtain copies via the Library's Scanning Service: http://www.bath.ac.uk/library/services/scanning.html

Copyright restrictions limit scanning to at most one chapter or 5% (whichever is greater) of any book.

To place a request, please fill in the webform: http://library.bath.ac.uk/uhtbin/bath/UNIV-BATH/openill

 

Scanned copies of extracts from printed books

For e-journals, this depends on the licence agreement signed by the publisher and the Library. Please contact the Library at library-ts@rt.bath.ac.uk to check.

Copyright restrictions limit scanning to at most one article or 5% (whichever is greater) of any journal issue.

To place a request, please fill in the webform: http://library.bath.ac.uk/uhtbin/bath/UNIV-BATH/openill

 

Linking to a book in the Library catalogue

You should first visit the Library catalogue at: http://www.bath.ac.uk/library/

  • Search for the book you want to link to. If there is only one result, you will go directly to the full catalogue record. If there are several results, you need to click on Details to go to the full catalogue record.
  • When you get to the page where you can see the item's title and shelf mark, look at the panel on the right hand side.
  • There will be a link on the right hand side of the screen named Permalink for this result
  • From the menu that appears, select Copy shortcut or Copy link location
  • You will now need to create a link to this within your Moodle course

You should, however, not attempt to copy the web address which appears in your web browser address bar.

 

Linking to electronic books

Some electronic books have a DOI (Digital Object Identifier). This is more stable and persistent than a URL, often shorter, and hence better to link to. A DOI looks like this: 10.1002/0470846275 To make a link, add the prefix:http://dx.doi.org Hence the link for this book would be: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/0470846275

Where there is no DOI you will need to use the URL that appears in your Web browser when you access the book.

 

Linking to a chapter or section of an electronic book

Some electronic book chapters have a DOI (Digital Object Identifier). This is more stable and persistent than a URL, often shorter, and hence better to link to. A DOI looks like this: 10.1002/0470846275.ch1 To make a link, add the prefix: http://dx.doi.org

Hence the link for this book chapter would be: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/0470846275.ch1

Where there is no DOI you will need to use the URL that appears in your Web browser when you access the book chapter.

 

Linking to material from books in a PowerPoint presentation

For e-books, this depends on the licence agreement signed by the publisher and the Library. Please contact the Library at library-ts@rt.bath.ac.uk to check.

Yes, but to ensure copyright compliance you must obtain copies via the Library's Scanning Service: http://www.bath.ac.uk/library/services/scanning.html 

Copyright restrictions limit scanning to at most one chapter or 5% (whichever is greater) of any book. 

To place a request, please fill in the webform: http://library.bath.ac.uk/uhtbin/bath/UNIV-BATH/openill

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