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Many theses will include text, images, or other materials that were originally created by other people - this is known as 'third party content'. Material that might be in your thesis and which could be considered third party content includes:
Sometimes students believe they can reproduce third party material in their thesis if they provide a reference to the original - but this is not the case. See the next section for more details.
Third part content is the intellectual property of other people, which means you may need the permission of the copyright holders before including the material in the electronic version (also known as the online version) of your thesis. Here are some conditions under which you can use third party content in your online thesis:
If none of the above conditions apply then you must remove the third party content from your online thesis before you submit it. This can be done individually or in bulk:
Whichever way you remove the third party content, please remember these two key points:
Personal data and confidentiality are usually separate issues from copyright and third party content, but the involvement of human participants in your research (or the inclusion of material that identifies individuals in your thesis) also requires special consideration when submitting the electronic version of your thesis.
Contact Dan Croft, Scholarly Communications and Research Team Leader Telephone 01865 485085 or email firstname.lastname@example.org