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Copyright and Cookie Policy: Welcome

This guide provides information on the Newsam Library's Cookie and Copyright Policies.

Creative Commons and Copyright Licenses for IOE LibGuides

The Creative Commons license grants you permission to copy all or part of the IOE LibGuides, to remix, tweak and build on our work non-commercially, as long as you credit the UCL Institute of Education, University of London and the IOE Newsam Library on your copy and use the same license on your content.

All third-party content is indicated by the copyright symbol, © , followed by the appropriate attribution.  You are responsible for clearing all third-party rights if you use content that has not been created by us.

UCL Institute of Education Library and Archives Cookie Policy

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Please see also the UCL Cookie Policy

19th January 2015, updated 16th Aug 2016