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- Listen to the recordings, including in a classroom setting for educational purposes.
- Read summaries and other information and browse photographic items.
- Quote material found on the website in accordance with the guidelines regarding fair dealing and citation.
YOU MAY NOT: (including but not restricted to)
- Copy or download sound files or associated items (such as photographs)
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Please note: no further use may be made of BBC or NTS materials (Canna Collection).
There are guidelines for people considering further use of School of Scottish Studies Archives songs, stories, poems or oral history accounts as well as guidelines for use of material for all the collections in a classroom setting.
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