There is a difference between photocopying and scanning material. You can read here what is allowed.
It is easy to share material, but it is not always allowed. It all depends on how you share the material. Learn how to legally share material.
The line between citation and plagiarism can be difficult to gage. Do you know how much you are allowed to quote before your citation becomes plagiarism? If not, read more here.
Assignments that you have worked on yourself are also subject to copyright. Therefore, there are a number of things you need to be aware of when others would like to make use of your work, or when you make your work public.
Through Mediestream, you can find radio, television and commercial broadcasts. But how can you use them in your studies?
It is easy to find images on the Internet for your assignments, but there are a number of rules for the use of images which you need to be aware of.
If you would like to record a lecture and share the footage with others, then you will need your lecturer's permission.
“Train your copyright skills” consists of 3 online resources, each of which sharpens your knowledge and awareness of copyright.