What do you know...
about copyright and creative commons?
To use a copyright image in a publication (print or online) you must seek and be granted permission from the copyright holder
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For literary, artistic, dramatic and musical works created after 1 January 2005, how many years does copyright last after the creator's death?
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Teachers can make compilation videos comprising short extracts from various films for classroom use when it is not possible to purchase a similar teaching resource.
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Under the Text and Artistic Works Licence (also known as Part VB in the Australian Copyright Act), a teacher can copy or communicate up to 20%, or 2 chapters, of a book for classroom use.
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Copyright gives creators exclusive rights to authorise copying and communication of their original works.
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Which of these does copyright protect?
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Uploading an image to a public internet space means it is no longer protected by copyright
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With an Australian school's Screenrights License you can copy and communicate programs from TV streaming services (eg Netflix) and YouTube
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Creative Commons licences allow a creator to reserve some rights
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Attribution is a fundamental part of Creative Commons licences. It means
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