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The presentation below discusses some copyright basics and how they apply in specific cases in the current situation.
Copyright, Remote Learning and COVID-19
The additional following resource gives advice around copyright compliance in teaching during the COVID-19 / coronavirus outbreak.
Copyright and Remote Learning During the COVID-19 Outbreak
This page is for Curtin staff only and requires authentication.
Interactive Copyright Resource Guide provides information on how to reuse different types of copyright material.
Using Copyright Resources provides the same information as the interactive guide in a pdf document.
The following resources relate to copyright warning notices for educational purposes:
Statutory Licences electronic warning notice
Music Licence information notice
The following resources assist with meeting copyright obligations when curating teaching resources for Blackboard:
Copyright best practice guidelines for teaching materials. These guidelines can be used in conjunction with faculty branded templates below.
Blackboard self-audit checklist
Copyright for Blackboard presentation
Selecting videos for teaching purposes
Copyright Dos and Don’ts for Curtin staff
Copyright and Developing MOOCs
Curtin faculty branded templates are designed to be used in conjunction with copyright best practice guidelines for teaching materials.
CAS PowerPoint 2018
CAS Word 2018
Business Law PowerPoint 2018
Business Law Word 2018
Health Sciences PowerPoint 2018
Health Sciences Word 2018
Humanities PowerPoint 2018
Humanities Word 2018
Science Engineering PowerPoint 2018
Science Engineering Word 2018
External PowerPoint 2018
External Word 2018
The following resources assist with seeking permission to reuse copyright material for teaching purposes in Blackboard:
Guest lecturer permission template
Student work permission template
Publisher supplementary materials permission template
Online training is available by logging into iPerform and searching ‘Academic Integrity for Staff’. The self-contained modules include:
Copyright Basics – an introduction to copyright and what constitutes copyright infringement
Attribution and Moral Rights – attributing third party content in teaching materials
Fair Dealing – understanding Fair Dealing exceptions
Statutory Licence agreements I – understanding the Copyright Agency agreement for text & graphic works
Statutory Licence agreements II – understanding the Screenrights agreement for TV & radio broadcasts and Collective Music licences
Reading Lists and Blackboard – how Reading Lists supports copyright compliance in Blackboard
Copyright and HDR Supervisors – assisting Supervisors with HDR student copyright obligations
The following resource provides advice to Curtin University staff involved in the selection of teaching resources and the delivery of teaching to incarcerated students.
Incarcerated Students and Teaching Resources