Presentation on theme: "SYDNEY INSTITUTE The Copyright Training Experience."— Presentation transcript:
SYDNEY INSTITUTE The Copyright Training Experience
Ambition in Action /Commenced Copyright Basic Training for teachers in 2007 Training: /Elizabeth Markwick – Copyright DEC Manager /Training sessions, Copyright Council /Other training sessions CAL and ScreenRights /Sessions for staff are organised through SI Workforce Development /Copyright Basics -2 hour sessions /Copyright FAQ’s for staff-meetings and one on one /NEW – Copyright basics for educators (Higher Education)
Ambition in Action Copyright Basics Structure 1.Copyright Overview 2.Statutory Educational Licences 3.Free Use Exceptions 4.Using Free Resources 5.Getting Permission 6.Labelling 7.Copyright Protection Measures 8.Content Management Systems 9.Using Music in TAFE 10.Managing Copyright 11.Where Do I Get More Information
Ambition in Action 2 hour session Presentation Questions Activities Competition with prizes using clickers Supporting material, handouts Copyright Basics links on SydNet (SI Intranet)
Ambition in Action Best Information Sites www.smartcopying.edu.au www.copyright.org.au http://creativecommons.org.au http://creativecommons.org.au/licences http://search.creativecommons.org Google, Yahoo, Bing all have a cc search option
Ambition in Action Many websites host CC licensed content. The Creative Commons wiki hosts a comprehensive list of known CC content repositories. The table below outlines some good sources of CC material.