Copyright for Teaching

Copyright is a set of exclusive rights granted to creators of original works.

As soon as ideas or thoughts are made into material form such as written, audio-visual recording, painting, photograph etc., they are referred to as works, at which point they are protected by copyright legislation.

Join this session to learn how to uphold the rights of creators and users under the Copyright Act 1968 when referring students to resources.

Presented by

  • Portrait of Jane Bowland

    Jane Bowland

    Team Leader Frontline Services (South) and Copyright Officer

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