The Busy Teachers Guide to being Copyright Clear

7/5/2015

The handy acronym below provides a good starting point for teachers to meet their copyright obligations.

 

Am I Copyright Clear?

C

Check

Check the copyright status of any resource, image, video, text you want to use.Just because it is on the Internet does not mean it is free

Use Creative Commons licensed material or create your own to use in your work.

L

Link

Hyperlink to a document, image, video or other resources on the web

Linking to material on external websites is a good way of managing copyright. This is because you are not actually ‘copying’ any material, rather just providing a path to its location on another website.

E

Embed

Use the embed code of a resource to link to it.

Embedding a link allows the user to view and access content as it sits in its original location without having to leave their website (e.g. blog or wiki) or intranet. It is commonly used for displaying online films, e.g. YouTube films, on websites.

 

A

Attribute

Acknowledge the creator of the resource and where you got the resource from

All copied material should be labelled with details of the copyright owner and author (if different to the copyright owner), the name of the work, where the material was copied from and when it was copied. Some free for education material may also require further information to be included. For example, when using creative commons material, you also need to include a

link to the creative commons licence.

 

R

Resources

Smartcopying website or Learning Exchange can assist you with any questions you have about copyright

The Smartcopying website is your one stop shop for understanding copyright.

 

For more information about copyright go to the Smartcopying website or contact the Learning Exchange.

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