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Websites may include terms and conditions that allow copying for 'educational use'. This content can be uploaded and embedded in Moodle course pages, included in recorded lectures or within MOOCs, without having to link to the page.

This table lists some common terms used on websites.Those in blue are covered by 'educational use':

What the website terms and conditions state Is the website covered by 'educational use"?
Personal use No
Personal and non commercial use No
Personal, non commercial use No
Personal or non commercial use Yes
Private or individual use No
Use in your organisation Yes
© name and/or year and no terms of use No
No copyright © name and/or year or no terms and conditions No
Educational use Yes
All rights reserved No
   

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