If the work is organised into chapters then up to one chapter may be copied. Up to 10% of the work may be copied if chapters are not used. This includes material like photographs and charts that appear within the selected portion of the work.
If the work to be copied is a book of short stories or of poetry then up to 15 pages may be copied.
One article per issue from a journal, periodical, or magazine may be copied, and more than one article per issue may be copied if they are on the same subject. For licences that include newspapers, up to five articles per issue may be copied from overseas and local newspapers.
Generally supporting materials like references, endnotes, case studies, or other information that is not presented within the 10% or one chapter can also be copied, and do not count towards the one chapter or 10% limit, provided that the supporting materials are directly referred to within the 10% or one chapter copied, and provided that the supporting materials are in the same hard copy work. Contact us if you’re uncertain about how this provision works in a particular case.
In some cases we are able to permit copying in excess of these limits. Refer to this section for further information.