Answered By: Ann Craig
Last Updated: Mar 08, 2017     Views: 28

You can make a single copy of copyright material for your own personal, non-commercial research or study.  These guidelines apply to online resources as well as to printed materials.

For books, a single chapter, or a single extract, or several extracts from a work, providing that the total copied does not exceed 10% of the complete work.

More information on copying from other formats (journals, poems, drawings etc.) is available.