The right to perform, play, show or record a work for educational purposes is covered by an exception in the law. Therefore, if you are playing music or showing a play, film or other work to students as part of a course of study this is permitted.
We have an ERA licence in order to provide access to the following broadcast resources which can be used for teaching.
First time users will need to create and verify their account
You can search Trilt and request for programmes to be added to Box of Broadcasts
Discover themed collections of radio and TV programmes, documents and photographs from as far back as the 1930
Search for moving image content, artefacts and sound collections from across the UK
Find content you can share, use and remix
A non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more
A collection of freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute
A record of the world’s biodiversity in films, photographs and audio recordings of the world’s species
Online photo management and sharing application. See Flickr’s community guidelines
The University Archive collects and contains the surviving records of the corporate memory and history of the University. These images are copyright protected. Contact the archive if you would like to use the images in your teaching materials. Images are now being added to the Archive catalogue
Download and use in your own work, either personal or commercial.You can modify, redistribute or sell images and textures in any way altered or unaltered. Use as part of printed work (e.g. posters, cd-covers, postcards etc).
War and conflict from the First World War to the present day.See Copyright and Re-use
Free high resolution digital photographs and reference images, for corporate or public use
Beautiful high resolution photographs free to use under the Unsplash licence
Search for an image in Google images, then use the Tools button to select an appropriate licence with the usage rights filter.Tin Eye reverse image search will help you check that the image is genuinely free to use.
Find images that are stored in Flickr that are either in the public domain or licenced with a creative commons licence
Disclaimer: The guide in no way substitutes for formal legal advice. If you are in any doubt or require further information we recommend you consult the sources of further advice at the end of this guide.