Copyright for teaching

Ensuring your teaching content meets copyright, licensing and acknowledgement requirements is fundamental to the academic integrity of your course.

Find out how to provide content legally and ethically to your students within the rules of the Copyright Act and our licences.

Copyright law allows teaching staff to make limited material available to students without seeking permission from the copyright holder, under exceptions in the Act and statutory licences. Different exceptions, licences, and their terms and conditions may apply depending on where and how the material is being used and the type of material.

Guidelines for teaching Course Readings FedCopyright: decision tool Technologies - Limits for content types - Academic integrity and attributions