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1 Copyright for Teaching Purposes Andrew Wells University Librarian Deborah Gibson Governance Support 2012

2 Copyright Legislation Copyright Act 1968 – balance between rights of owners and access by consumers Statutory Licences (Part VA, Part VB) - Copy and communicate for Educational Purposes to teach students enrolled in courses at the University Make available to students as part of a course of study at the University Put a copy in the University Library or elsewhere as a teaching resource administration of students and courses Part VB – print and graphic material Part VA – broadcasts (radio, television, cable, satellite) Moral Rights Act 2000 Rights of creators of copyright works

3 Copyright Licences Commercial Licences Music Journals

4 Part VB (Print and graphic material) Periodicals - 1 article per issue of a periodical – or more if they are all on the same specific subject NOTE: usually doesnt include material available under subscription or through other licences – check the licence or subscription conditions. Anthologies - 15 pages Incidental artistic works – (graphs and illustrations which explain or illustrate the text (graphs, pie charts) and artworks already in electronic form Artistic works – in hardcopy if NOT separately published Other works (eg. books) - 10% or 1 chapter, whichever is greater Part VA (Off-air broadcast) Copy off-air broadcasts from Radio, Cable, TV, Satellite Copy downloaded podcasts of broadcasts You cannot copy commercial videos/DVDs Statutory Licence Limits

5 You have written permission from the © owner / © is owned by UNSW A special licence to copy Copying is within the limits under Part VB & VA Falls within exceptions of the Copyright Act (insubstantial portion (1-2 pages); part of exam question; out of print) CD ROM, PowerPoint, Email - limits the same –Any material made available electronically (online, CD, email) must be labeled. –EUN (Electronic Use Notice) must appear at the same time or just before the material copied is seen Must attribute all copied material A short guide to copyright for teachers at UNSW Short Guide to Coyright for Teaching at UNSW.pdf Class Handouts

6 1.Anything with written permission from the © holder 2.Anything where © owned by UNSW 3.Incidental artistic works – (graphs and illustrations which explain or illustrate the text (graphs, pie charts) and artworks already in electronic form 4.Artistic works – in hardcopy if NOT separately published 5.Electronic Use Notice (EUN) - EUN must appear at the same time or just before the materialElectronic Use Notice (EUN) Restrict access to UNSW staff and students If material is online – do not copy. Give students URL. Take material off servers when not being accessed 6.Attribute all copied material Online (School servers Olive, Moodle etc) Restrict access to UNSW staff and students Everything else – link to the material or use the Library Course Reserve Collection

7 1.Copy off-air broadcasts from Radio, Cable, TV, Satellite 2.Copy downloaded podcasts of broadcasts You cannot copy commercial videos/DVDs Can I make off-air copies available online and on CD? Yes - BUT you must restrict to UNSW only Must use EUN Mark analogue tapes of the off-air broadcast with details of program, channel, date and time. No need to mark digital recordings Audio Visual Material

8 Under the fair dealing provisions within the Copyright Act, individual students and staff can reproduce limited portions of copyright material for: Research or study Criticism or review Reporting news Parody or satire Personal use only – not for teaching purposes or making multiple copies Under Creative Tools Templates for obtaining permissions Templates for citation in UNSWTV, etc Identifying copyright free and licenced resources Teaching resources – eg Creative commons courseware Fair Dealing

9 Personal responsibility - know the limits, get permissions, use Electronic Use Notices, attribute authorship, link to material, join collecting bodies Further Information UNSW Copyright Project Officer – Irene Ellul X58923 Academy Library – UNSW Canberra Library Manager - Penelope Fenley Copyright and Teaching

10 Library, Copyright & Course Support Andrew Wells University Librarian 2011

11 Key message – dont copy Content for course support How Library supports teaching Course Reserve Collection Online communication Contacting us, more information Outline

12 1.Dont copy unless there is no other option 2.Online access Library negotiates educational uses in database licences You can provide a link to content in these databases Lots of free, high quality content on the Web Online textbooks Research repositories – like UNSWorks Flatworld Knowledge Open access to course content – e.g. MIT yright/creative/teachingresources.html yright/creative/teachingresources.html Key Message

13 Less work for everyone Students do read online Can embed access to the content in online courses Savings Avoid Copying

14 1.Content identified by teaching staff 2.Library acquires textbooks and reserve materials 1 e-book or print (e-book preferred) More e-books now – over 240,000 available 3.Copies of articles, chapters in the Course Reserve Collection are only in online form 4.Students can access them via the Course Reading List 5.Academics decide what is placed in the Course Reserve Collection Current Processes

15 1.Textbooks – print or e-book 2.Course Reserve Collection Books Journal articles [Digitised copies only] Chapters of books [Digitised copies only] i.e., Parts of bigger things [Digitised copies only] Course Reserve Collection

16 Items are added to Course Reserve Collection only when requested. E-books are growing – many disciplines – Library will purchase and link to e-books if available, rather than digitising chapters for Course Reserve Course Reserve Collection

17 Online content is provided to UNSW staff and students only via login Exception if UNSW owns IP This is essential for compliance with copyright or licences Library has signed with publishers Have you got content online that anyone in the world can see? Should they be able to? Access to Course Reserve Collection

18 1.Library will place material online if it is not already available online 2.Relatively few restrictions Part VB restrictions – eg, one chapter of a book can be digitised at a time across the University Database publisher may set restrictions – time limits, linking restrictions Library has a Licence Database so you can check conditions and assist you in creating stable links to database content. Putting Course Material Online

19 Off-air copies TVNews – off-air copies of free-to-air TV news. Available via SearchFirst These are restricted to UNSW staff and students

20 1.Library places copies online if the content is not already online Digitising from print Linking to e-journal articles via Citation Linker Provide a link you can use in Olive/Moodle (check Licence Database) 2.Electronic use notices added 3.Dont assume e-journal articles can be copied for study kits! Check the licence conditions Summary of Library Services

21 The Outreach Team can get you started Library web site has information on submitting material for Course Reserve Collection erve.html erve.html Visit the Library and ask for assistance from Library staff Email us at Contacting Us

22 Copyright Scenarios

23 A lecturer wishes to place an article she had published in a journal several years ago on the school website so that it would be accessible to students and other interested parties. No commercial benefit will accrue to her as a result of making the article available. Can she do this? This can only be done with permission of the copyright owner which is probably the journal publisher. Copyright Scenarios

24 A lecturer wishes to include an article he has written and published in a journal in his UNSW Olive / Moodle online course materials. Can he? No. Lecturer must link to the article if online, or if in print, send the article to the Course Reserve Collection service. An electronic use notice will be attached and a link can be made from the Olive / Moodle course to the article in the Course Reserve Collection. Copyright Scenarios

25 A lecturer wishes to include a number of videos in online and CD-ROM courseware for students who will be off-campus. These videos were purchased commercially and placed in the University Library where they are available for students to borrow. They are also shown to students in lectures. Can these videos be digitised onto CD-ROM and included in the Olive/Moodle courseware as streaming video? No. The material cannot be copied under the Part VA licence as the programs have not been broadcast. Check the Copyright statement on the video to see what is permitted. Copyright Scenarios

26 I am writing a series of lectures which I wish to use in my online course. There are several illustrations which I usually show when I'm giving the lecture. Is it okay to scan these from the books and include them in the lecture materials in my Olive/Moodle course? I will cite the source of the illustrations. Yes, provided the website is restricted to students and staff of UNSW, the source is cited and an electronic use notice is seen by the students before or at the same time as the illustrations. Copyright Scenarios

27 Over the years I have written many course notes to support my teaching. Many students have told me that they found these notes to be of great interest and value. I use many illustrations, such as diagrams and even art works, to illustrate the important concepts. I consider this valuable body of work should be available to the scientific community, including current and prospective students and school teachers. Can I place these on the Faculty website? No. Permission would be needed for every single illustration before the notes can be placed on an open website. Copyright Scenarios

28 I was concerned to hear that a particularly useful book which I have referred students to for several years is now out of print and no longer available. As the book is valuable I would like to make an electronic copy of the book and to make this available to students via links from my Olive/Moodle courses. Can I? This can be done provided that the lecturer: Has a letter from a retailer (such as the University Bookshop) confirming that the book is out of print, and Has written indication from the publisher that the book will not be available within a reasonable time (say 6 months) at an ordinary commercial price. Copyright Scenarios

29 I have recently purchased a DVD copy of a film on which I wish to write a critical article. I would like to make some still images from the film to use as illustrations for the article. This seems to me to fit within the Fair Dealing provisions so I don't think there are any copyright hassles. I won't be publishing the article for commercial gain. Still copies can be made for purposes of study, research, criticism and review (fair dealing). Permission from the copyright owner would be needed to publish the stills in a journal article. Copyright Scenarios

30 A PhD student is going to publish their Thesis online in the UNSWorks. The thesis contains third party copyright material, such as text, artistic works, and some musical notation. Can the student make the thesis available online? Yes. Provided the student has obtained written permission from the copyright owner(s) for the third party material. Copyright Scenarios

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