Make the best use of text, film, music and other material for your teaching by utilising copyright exceptions for education and licences the University holds, whilst following the rules of the Copyright Act and our licencing terms and conditions.
Understand the basic principles of copyright and factors to consider when using and creating copyright material at University.
We support staff and students to make the best use of material for teaching, studying, researching, and working at Federation University, whilst ensuring the provisions of the Copyright Act are complied with. Contact us for information or assistance available to all Federation University staff or students.
Find out how to use material ethically and legally in your assessment tasks, on campus, and in your student life.
For research and publishing
As a researcher you will need to use other people’s copyright material in your own work. Understand the copyright implications about using and creating data, submitting and publishing your research, and how to comply with copyright law.
Contact the University Copyright Office if you have any question about copyright
Phone: (03) 5327 9876
Location: Mt Helen Campus
Copyright Services is managed through Federation Library.
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