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Electronic Legal Deposit: Printing/Print & Deliver

for readers and reading room staff

Purpose of this guide

 This guide is intended for students and researchers at the University of Oxford, or those visiting, who seek support in using the Bodleian Libraries’ electronic Legal Deposit special collection.

Use this guide to find out about electronic Legal Deposit, what is available and how to access this special collection.

Please note that electronic Legal Deposit is not the same as commercially available digital material. All the Legal Deposit Libraries are bound by the same UK legislation that restricts access to this material.

 

Printing

Can I print out from the material that I have viewed?
How do I print out from library PCs?
How much does it cost to print eLD material?
Can I select any printer to print out eLD material?
How much am I allowed to print from eLD material?
Can I print multiple copies from an eLD publications/article?
How do I print selected pages?   
How can I request a copy of a chapter/article if I am not on library premises?
Why do I have to use the Print & Deliver service rather than the Scan & Deliver service for eLD material?

Contact:  pcas@bodleian.ox.ac.uk 

Can I print out from the material that I have viewed?
Yes. You will need a PCAS (Printing, Copying and Scanning) account. PCAS accounts are system-generated and use your 'Bodleian Libraries username and password' (this is the username and password used for Bodleian Libraries wifi and PCs - more information at http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/using/passwordsYou will need to comply with the regulations specific to eLD material (more information further down this page). 

How do I print out from library PCs?
Please see 'Printing Electronic Legal Deposit material' guide by James Shaw. 

How much does it cost to print eLD material?
Please see http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/using/copy/pcas for current costs.​

Can I select any printer to print out eLD material?
Yes you will be able to print out from any reading room printer. For more details please see 'PCAS: Printing Electronic Legal Deposit'.

How much am I allowed to print from eLD material?
This copy is protected by the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988. You are legally responsible for any copies made. Under this legislation the following limits are applicable:

  • Up to 5% or one whole chapter (whichever is the greater) from a book, report, pamphlet, etc
  • Up to 5% or one whole article (whichever is the greater) from a single issue of a journal, magazine or newspaper
  • Up to 5% or one whole paper (whichever is the greater) from the proceeding of a conference
  • Up to 5% of an anthology of short stories or poems or one short story or one poem of not more than 10 pages (whichever is the greater)
  • Up to 5% or one single case (whichever is the greater) from a published report of judicial proceedings

Can I print multiple copies from an eLD publications/article?
You must only make a single copy, and this should not be further copied.
The copy can only be used for research or private study (neither of which may be for a commercial purpose), or for criticism, review and news reporting and the source of all copies must be acknowledged.

How do I print selected pages?  
Please see pages 2 and 3 of the 'PCAS: Printing Electronic Legal Deposit Material' guide. 

How can I request a copy of a chapter/article if I am not on library premises?
You may request a copy via the Print & Deliver. Please see page 4 of the 'PCAS: Printing Electronic Legal Deposit Material' guide or view the video below.

Transcript: Legal deposit and eLD

Why do I have to use the Print & Deliver service rather than the Scan & Deliver service for eLD material?
Scanning, downloading, emailing a digital copy is not permitted under the current legislation. 

Printing Electronic Legal Deposit material (ELD)