Digital copying or photocopying
Choose how you want to copy
We do not distinguish between analog (photocopying and printing) and digital copying of texts and sheet music. When we use the word ”copying”, it therefore covers several methods of copying:
From paper to paper
- Scanning and printing
From paper to digital file
From the Internet and other digital media to hard copy
From one digital format to another
For instance, you may copy-paste, download or otherwise make a digital copy from digital text and sheet music material, such as websites, e-books, CD-ROMs and PDF files.
Sharing digital copies with the students
- Digital copies may only be saved/uploaded and shared with the students onthe university’s password-protected intranet.
- The platform must be managed by the university, which must i.a. control theaccess to the material so that only employees and students associated with the institution have access to the material. The university must also have an overview of the content and be able to remove material from the platform. This means that digital copies may not be shared via e-mail, text messages and services such as e.g.
- Students and employees may have access to the material as long as they are associated with the
- You may always display the copied material on interactive boards such as e.g. Smartboards – preferably via your iPad or other mobile
Source must be stated on copies
The title, author(s), publisher and year of publication must appear from the copies. This applies to digital copies as well as photocopies. For instance, you may enclose the title page or the colophon with the copies or add the information byhand.