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Internet Print World Analogy Table

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Internet Print World Analogy Table

Type ofwebsite/webpage

Print world analogy

What can Icopyon-line?

An on-line magazine or journal
(eg The Bulletin, Women's Weekly, British Medical Journal)

A magazine or journal
(periodical publication)

One article from each edition (eg one article from the March edition of a magazine, or from the summer volume of a journal).
Two or more articles may becopiedfrom the same edition if they relate to the same subject matter.

A newspaperwebsite(eg The Sydney Morning Herald or The Agewebsite)

A newspaper
(periodical publication)

One article per day (or per edition, if there is more than one edition per day)
Two or more articles may becopiedif they relate to the same subject matter.

A report or other document that isseparately publishedon-line (for example, as a PDF file)

A report/printed publication (work)

10% of the words in thework, or up to one chapter if theworkis divided into chapters.

A collection ofwebpagescontaining information under a common hyperlink or index (for example, a collection of recipes, poetry or medical fact sheets)

An anthology

If the anthology is paginated and more than 200 pages, you cancopyoneworkof up to 15 pages.

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