Copyright in Schools
Refer to the links below for copyright advice, support and information:
The official guide to copyright issues for Australian schools explains what copyright is, how education licences work and the use of open education resources such as Creative Commons (CC) licensing. The information is available under the CC BY-SA licence.
Includes links to information about ACC publications and training. You may download and print one copy, for your reference, of each of the information sheets.
Includes ideas, information and resources to assist creators, producers with the management of their content in the digital environment.
Includes information describing teaching and learning materials that are freely available for everyone to use whether a teacher, student or self-learner. Learning and teaching materials which are made available openly under licences which permit their free access, use, adaptation and sharing by others are transformed into OER.
This outlines Department for Education conditions for developing resources, documents and materials.
This document defines intellectual property and outlines the responsibilities of Department for Education employees and key processes in managing intellectual property.
This page defines the copyright licence agreements the Department for Education has in place with a number of copyright collecting societies.
This defines the conditions under which student work and/or images may be communicated.
This defines the conditions for meeting Department for Education standards for school websites.
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