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Online teaching material

These are the materials posted by teachers (using programs such as Moodle) to support their teaching.

  1. In terms of intellectual property, there are three types of materials:
  2. Materials entirely prepared by the teacher.
  3. Own materials that include other people's documents (from another author).
  4. Materials entirely from other authors.

In the case of materials in sections 2 and 3, the copyright of the third-party documents incorporated must be taken into account.

The person who posts a document protected by intellectual property rights on Scala is responsible for ensuring that the contents are lawful and do not infringe on, inter alia, the interests and rights of third parties in matters of intellectual property.

  • Copy up to 10% of books, university textbooks or 1 journal article.
  • Download or print excerpts from books/digital journals from the Library Service.
  • Use fragments of works (texts, audio-visual material, drawings, paintings...) or individual works of a visual or figurative photographic nature (drawings, paintings, etc.) to illustrate teaching materials or classes.
  • You are free to use the texts of laws and works in the public domain (80 years after the death of the author).
  • Use non-artistic photographs freely after 25 years from the date of production.
  • Freely link to any document or website as long as you are not aware that this document or website is illegal or infringes on the rights of third parties.

  • To distribute content in class or on Scala without the authorization of the owner of the intellectual property exploitation rights.
  • To copy more than 10% of books, university textbooks, compilations of images or fragments of works.
  • To upload original dossiers or files directly to the virtual campus (for example articles in pdf format) if you do not own the exploitation rights.

  • To cite any items you add to teaching resources. Please consult our page on how to make citations.
  • Check if it is necessary to ask permission from the author to use the materials you want.

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