Often the basic principle is that material can be used for study, research and teaching purposes, but commercial exploitation is prohibited.
Right of use and remote access to our e-resources is permitted to:
Studying at Summer University of Tampere or university visitor credentials do not qualify for remote use.
Customers outside of the academic community can access our e-materials on Library's customer computers, with the exception of the materials that require Tuni account login. There is no remote access available for customers outside of the the academic community.
AV material refers to film works as intended by copyright law. All kinds of works containing moving images are considered to be film works that exceed the copyright threshold, such as movies, TV shows, music videos, commercials, and online videos. More details can be found on the Kopiosto website (in Finnish and Swedish).
The lectures are public events, which is why, permission is required for using films in teaching. It is not allowed to air films publicly or at commercial events.
Following the principles of open science and research, an increasing proportion of scientific publications are openly available. There are also plenty of e-journals and e-books that are wholly or partially openly available.