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The talks are suitable both for actual lecture content -- either directly from a single central computer, or on individual student computers, or by projection in a lecture theatre --, and for individual study. The images are accessible individually separately; uses might include downloading, printing and projecting. Full details are in the subscribing Institution's licence.
Images are in JPEG format - with MIME Type Image
The images are typically 900 pixels wide, with height 600 pixels (for landscape images) or 1344 pixels (for portrait images). The resolution is 72x72dpi, resulting in images which are 31.7cm wide x 21.3cm high (landscape) or 47.4cm high (portrait). Colour rendering: 'True Color'.
The images can be downloaded using the web browser's 'Save As...'. Functionality, then opened in the user's application of choice for JPEG images. Note that downloading and manipulation are subject to the terms of the Licence and copyright which applies to all images.
Images in larger sizes are available if required. Please contact World Microfilms
Access would be restricted to students and staff of the subscribing Institution in accordance with the Licence granted to them. Uses include downloading, printing and projecting. Full details are in the Institution's Licence. The use of images in studentsâ essays etc. is available, but strictly limited as per the Institution's Licence.
Yes. A projector can be attached to the computer
Yes, but only by members of the subscribing Institution as set out in the Licence.
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