When accessing content use the numbers below to guide you:
Brief, basic information laid out in an easy-to-read format. May use informal language. (Includes most news articles)
Provides additional background information and further reading. Introduces some subject-specific language.
Lengthy, detailed information. Frequently uses technical/subject-specific language. (Includes most analytical articles)
Question: The School has an Education Licence so does this mean I doesn’t have to worry about Copyright?
Answer: The School does have an Education Licence, and while this gives us extra rights there are still limits to what we can and can't do. See the What can you copy and use section of this guide for more details. Irrespective, even if the work is in the freely available in the public domain, you still need to cite and reference your sources.
Author, Copyright, Assignment, Creative Commons, Fair dealing, Fair use (with example) Infringement, Intellectual property, Licence, Moral rights, Open Education Resources (OER) Plagarism, Public domain, Reasonable portion, Royalties, Statutory Broadcast Licence, Statutory text and artistic works licence, Works.
Copyright, Creative Commons and Public Domain are a few terms you will need to understand as each comes with different legal obligations. Often, but not always, you will see a icon that indicates what type of licence is being used. This lets you know what you can and can't do.
Use the following SmartCopying resources to gain a basic information of Copyright in Australia, as well as information about what you can and can't do. This information comes from the National Copyright Guidelines. For more information see also the Australian Copyright Council eBooks located under the Bookshelf section of this guide.
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In text reference / citation: Common Sense Education (2020) or (Common Sense Education, 2020)
Bibliography / Reference list: Common Sense Education (2020). Creativity, Copyright, and Fair Use, [eVideo]. https://youtu.be/xvZHNwBHirQ