About the Geoff Gallop Collection

Copyright, reproduction and citation information

Curtin University Library makes digital copies of material from the Geoff Gallop Collection available for viewing via its electronic research archives and this web site.

Copyright and Reproduction

The Library provides access to this collection for educational and research purposes only as permitted under the fair dealing provisions of the Copyright Act 1968 and the Copyright Amendment (Digital Agenda) Act 2000.

Some material made available may be protected by Australian Copyright Legislation and/or by the copyright laws of other nations. It is the responsibility of any person wishing to use such material to obtain written permission of the owners of copyright and/or other rights before any reproduction, distribution or other use of protected items is undertaken.

Requesting images from the Library

High resolution digital images can be obtained by completing the Photograph order form. Photographs are supplied as tiff images at 300dpi (600dpi by special request) on CD-ROM at a cost of $33 for the first image and $11 for each subsequent image (in the one order).

All prices are inclusive of GST and postage and handling within Australia. For international orders, please add $10.00 for postage and handling. Payment by cash, money order, credit card or cheque is required in advance.

For more information about copyright and archival material, you may like to read the National Archives of Australia's Fact Sheet 8: Copyright and Research.

Further copyright information is provided by the Australian Copyright Council.

Untraceable Copyright

The Library endeavours to contact owners of copyright of material reproduced on these web pages and is eager to hear from any copyright owners who have not been traced. If you identify yourself as the copyright holder of material on this site please contact us so that appropriate recognition can be provided.

Citation of References

If you use or quote from material viewed on this site, the holding institution must be acknowledged as the source and the item must be correctly cited.

The correct citation of references is important for:

  • Providing a check-list of references used
  • Adding credibility to a published work
  • Helping future researchers to locate the original reference.

The citation for material within the electronic research archives can be accessed by selecting Citation View in the Choose format option available in the Full View of a record.

The information required in the citation depends on whether the reference being cited is:

1. A whole collection of records

The following must be recorded:

Holding institution
Creator of records
Collection date

Example
Curtin University Library.Geoff Gallop Collection. Records of Geoff Gallop. 1890 -

2. A specific series from within a collection of records

The following must be recorded:

Holding institution
Creator of records
Series title
Series date

Example
Curtin University Library. Geoff Gallop Collection. Records of Geoff Gallop. Leader of the Opposition Outwards correspondence. 1996-2000.

3. A specific item or file from within a collection of records

The following must be recorded:

Holding institution
Creator of records
File or item title
File or item date
File or Item ID (identifier)

Example
Curtin University Library. Geoff Gallop Collection. Records of Geoff Gallop. Outwards correspondence, November 1996 - January 1997. GG00006/1

Authentication & Conventions

The digital objects in the electronic research archives are authentic reproductions of the original materials held by the Library have not been edited or in any way altered beyond that necessary to provide clarity and readability for the user.