Answered By: Debby Wegener
Last Updated: Nov 25, 2022     Views: 10

As with many copyright situations, the answer here is that It depends.

For example, when you login to the Passport database at SIT, the Terms and Conditions include 2 phrases:

  1. You may make such digital copies and photocopies available to other authorised users of this service. 
  2. If you are a member of faculty you may reproduce a reasonable portion of any individual work or item within the service in course packs in hard copy and electronic form and distribute such course packs to authorised users of this service.

This means that reports from Passport may be copied and passed to your students in electronic or hard copy format, or you may copy 10% of each report into your course packs. 

Whichever approach is taken, you will need to attribute correctly with the following:

  • source: © Euromonitor International

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If you are using a report from Statista database at SIT, on the other hand, there are no such terms and conditions so the easiest way to include a report would be to send the URL link to your students, e.g. https://www.statista.com.singaporetech.remotexs.co/study/68038/electric-vehicles-in-japan/

By using the persistent or permalink provided, each student has to login to the Statista database to access the report.

 

If in doubt, do contact us at Library@SingaporeTech.edu.sg 

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