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Temporary changes to copyright provisions and course readings availability to students during COVID-19 restrictions.
Copyright guidelines for teaching and exams
Copyright guidelines for teaching, the copyright matrix, how much you can copy and for what purposes.
Talis reading lists
Copyright compliance for online access to course readings, printed course packs and TEC Compliance for course materials.
Using images in class or on Canvas
How to be copyright compliant when using images or diagrams for teaching.
Using third party copyright works for teaching and exams
Copyright Act exceptions, copyright warning notice, CLNZ licence, screenrights licence, Universities Music Licence, library database licenses.
Copyright works created and copyright owned by staff or the University
Information about using copyright works owned by staff or the University, including video created by the University, and unpublished photographs.
Open Access, OER and MOOCs
Copyright information about the Open Access model, Open Educational Resources (OER) and massive open online courses (MOOCs).
Unauthorised posting of course materials online by students
How to search for reposted course materials, and request removal of infringing materials, including sample DMCA compliant takedown notice.
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