Images used on this website have been made available to my either through free image resources or by express permission of the owner of the image. Any images that are considered used without express permission are exempt from copyright under the Fair Dealing principal, and are used in parody for the purpose of education, research and study. This website is intended as a tool for my students to gain further information and any articles written are done so in my teacher capacity.
As quoted in the UK Copyright Law:
Acts that do not infringe copyright
“Fair dealing” is a term used to describe acts which are permitted to a certain degree (normally copies of parts of a work) without infringing copyright, these acts are:
i. Private and research study purposes.
ii. Performance, copies or lending for educational purposes.
iii. Criticism and news reporting.
iv. Incidental inclusion.
v. Copies and lending by librarians.
vi. Format shifting or back up of a work you own for personal use.
vii. Caricature, parody or pastiche
viii. Acts for the purposes of Royal Commissions, statutory enquiries,
judicial proceedings and parliamentary purposes.
ix. Recording of broadcasts for the purposes of listening to, or
viewing, at a more convenient time. This is known as “time
x. Producing a back up copy for personal use of a computer
This Statement on the Fair Use of Images for Teaching, Research, and Study describes six uses of copyrighted still images that the Visual Resources Association (vraweb.org) believes fall within the U.S. doctrine of fair use.
The six uses are:
1) preservation (storing images for repeated use in a teaching context and transferring images to new formats);
2) use of images for teaching purposes;
3) use of images (both large, high-resolution images and thumbnails) on course websites and in other
online study materials;
4) adaptations of images for teaching and classroom work by students;
5) sharing images among educational and cultural institutions to facilitate teaching and study; and
6) reproduction of images in theses and dissertations.