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Educational Institutions: Using Sound & Screen
Educational Institutions: Using Sound & Screen

In this book you will learn about the specific copyright provisions relating to the use of Sound & Screen based materials and gain a better understanding of when your activities may have copyright implications. This edition is a comprehensive revision containing new material and current case law (previous book ´Digital & AV Resources’ (B108)).

Topics range from:

  • Recording from radio & TV
  • Playing & streaming films & music in class
  • Recording concerts, plays & musicals
  • Software, apps & games
  • Incorporating online videos & music into courses

This book is relevant for anyone working in an educational institution • it is an invaluable resource for teachers, librarians and IT staff working in schools, TAFEs, universities and other educational institutions.

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Picture of the product2006 Copyright Amendments
This book covers the important amendments to the Copyright Act in December 2006. They include new exceptions allowing time-shifting of tv programs for private use, space-shifting of recorded music (from CD to iPod, for example) and format-shifting of photographs, books and videos. Other changes include new exceptions for educators, libraries, galleries, museums and people with a disability; new anti-piracy measures; changes relating to technological protection measures; and changes to the jurisdiction of the Copyright Tribunal.

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B129V01
Picture of the productCopyright Compliance Guide
A practical resource guide to help businesses comply with copyright obligations affecting a variety of activities. Issues covered will include playing music and music on hold, photocopying, scanning, use of computer software and resources such as CD-ROMs. This sale price edition is from 2008 with a supplement created in 2010. A new edition is now available Working with Copyright: Getting it Right

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B133V01
Picture of the productCurrent Issues 2009
Developments in digital technology and the Internet have ensured that copyright issues have stayed high on the public and political agenda in recent years. This book charts key events in 2009, in Australia and at the international level. It examines: new Australian legislation and potential for legislative change; significant Australian courts cases; key reports, reviews and inquiries in Australia and Europe; and significant international court cases such as the Google Settlement and The Pirate Bay: Sweden. Much of the debate surrounding copyright policy has become polarised and overtly political, and while is not clear where these debates will lead Australian law and policy in future, this book provides a snapshot of the key issues at play.

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B134V01
Picture of the productPermissions & Copyright Clearances

This practical guide is for anyone responsible for getting copyright clearances. It will prove useful for people whose main role is seeking permissions, as well as those working on or producing short films, plays, publications or similar projects. It covers issues such as:

  • when you need to seek permission
  • the sorts of rights you will need to clear (e.g. moral rights as well as copyright)
  • who to contact
  • streamlining the permissions process
  • dealing with common obstacles

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B132V01
Picture of the productSpecial Case Exception: Education, Libraries, Collections
This is a practical guide for educators, libraries, galleries, museums and people with a disability to the new special case (flexible dealing) exception introduced in December 2006. It will give some background to the amendment, but will principally focus on how to apply the exception in practice. The guide will include common questions and scenarios from the various institutions able to rely on the exception, such as converting videos to DVD.

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B130V02
Picture of the productTechnology, Contracts & Paracopyright
Gaining access to copyright material in the digital context has become contentious. This is because copyright owners are increasingly providing access to their material in ways that are subject to contractual terms and conditions and/or digital locks and other technological protection measures. In each case, users of copyright material have become concerned that their ability to rely on the various exceptions to copyright infringement which are in the Copyright Act are eroded, and effectively replaced by the terms and conditions of contractually enforceable licence agreements.This discussion paper reviews the debate and reviews the legislation, including the relevant provisions in the Copyright Amendment Act 2006.

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B126V01
Picture of the productUser Generated Media

This practical guide will provide information on issues arising from user-generated content. It will deal with issues faced by hosts and by creators of user-generated content.

This is a practical guide to how copyright and related areas of law • moral rights and performers’ rights • apply in the context of “user-generated content” (UGC). We’ve primarily written this guide for people who are operating websites that invite UGC, but we also include a lot of information relevant to people who contribute material to websites (for example, by posting their photos or videos onto the internet). We aim to help you understand how copyright and the related areas of law will affect what you do, to recognise when your activities may have legal implications and to give you some practical tips.


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B139V01
Copyright Essentials eBundle
Cover Copyright 101 and save with our Copyright Essentials eLearning & Copyright Essentials ePublication bundle offer. rrp $105
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The topics we cover include:

  • What is copyright and why we have it
  • How you get copyright
  • Who owns copyright
  • How long copyright lasts
  • When you need permission
  • When you don’t need permission: special exceptions
  • Who to contact for permission
  • Selling and licensing rights
  • What happens if there is an infringement