It’s likely that your institution is already covered by a Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) managed copyright licence. CLA holds central agreements with education departments across the UK so that state-maintained schools don't have to worry about the administration of these licences themselves.
Holding a licence means that staff at your school can print, photocopy, scan and digitally copy published material, without having to check permission with the creator each time, as is required under copyright law. So the licence helps teachers and students get access to the materials they need for teaching and learning.
The CLA sends out regular updates to help you understand the Licence, let you know about any changes, and to show you useful tools that can help make the most of resources available.
You can find our last update –Autumn 2016 – online at schools.cla.co.uk/getintouch/news. If you would like to receive regular CLA updates simply submit your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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