When choosing how to publish the findings of your research, you should consider all options available to you such as:
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Open Access is the name given to making the findings of academic research free at the point of access - that means you don't need to pay for a book or subscribe to a journal to be able to read the content.
You should get permission from the copyright holder if you want to copy a work. There are, however, certain acts such as Fair Dealing for non-commercial research or private study or criticism or review which are permitted under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. The University of Strathclyde has also purchased a number of licences which may allow you to do more copying without obtaining permission.
Copyright - The Information, Governance and Compliance pages include a section on copyright licences and copyright clearance at Strathclyde.
Copyright & your thesis -. Looks at copyright issues within your thesis and intellectual property rights of your thesis once it has been completed.