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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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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

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Picture of the productAdvertising, Communications & Copyright

Are you a suit or a creative working in advertising or communications? Have you always wondered about the difference between copywriting and copyright? Then this book is for you.

This book takes you through the fundamentals of copyright for people working in advertising and communications, including:

  • What does copyright protect?
  • Who owns copyright?
  • How to protect your copyright
  • Copyright clearance processes
  • Managing risks
It also covers issues around using new communications platforms such as:
  • Social media
  • User generated content
  • Brand supported piracy

Complete with practical tips, this book is a must for advertising and digital agencies, graphic and industrial designers, copywriters, stock photography houses, as well as marketing and communications professionals.

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Picture of the productArchitecture, Building Design & Copyright
As part of their day-to-day work, architects and building designers create and use a wide variety of copyright materials. 
 
With new technologies and opportunities for work overseas, architects, building designers and industry participants need to know how best to protect their copyright and moral rights.

In this practical guide, full of real life examples, we show you how to work effectively with copyright.

Topics include:
·         Protecting your copyright and moral rights
·         Dealing with clients
·         Identifying, owning and dealing with copyright
·         Risk management RRP $50


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Picture of the productCopyright & Online Technologies

The internet opens up new opportunities and presents new challenges for creators and users of copyright material. In this book we identify key copyright issues for anyone engaging with the online environment.

Topics include:

  • How copyright applies online
  • Digital rights management, contract and business models for distributing content online
  • Risk management and intermediary liability
  • The cloud, linking, embedding, data mining, caching & other online issues RRP $50


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Picture of the productCopyright & Publishers

Are you a publisher working in a traditional or digital (ebook) environment? Is the idea of copyright, and building it into your agreements with authors and other creators a little overwhelming?

Step-by-step and drawing on recent cases that are sure to entertain and keep you interested, we take you through:

  • The intertwined histories of copyright and publishing;
  • Moral rights;
  • Practicalities for traditional publishing;
  • Publishing in the digital age;
  • Publishing contracts;
  • Hot topics in publishing. RRP $50


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Picture of the productCopyright for Businesses

A user-friendly guide to copyright for businesses

This is an essential guide to assist those dealing with copyright issues in the workplace. Whether you are creating copyright material and want to avoid infringement, this book will give you practical expert advice.

This publication is intended to assist business owners and other people dealing with copyright in a business. The copyright issues discussed in the publication will be relevant whether you are a sole trader, partnership, trust or company (although in some circumstances the legal situation may be different depending on whether your business has a separate legal entity). The scenarios discussed in the publication are relevant to all businesses large and small, although many of the examples are designed to provide particular assistance to issues faced by small and medium sized businesses.

Topics include:

  • Why is copyright important to business
  • Buying, selling & licensing copyright material
  • Managing copyright assets
  • Websites & Social networks RRP $50


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Picture of the productCopyright for Music Teachers

We explain the different copyright provisions that apply when teaching in educational institutions, as well as when you are teaching privately or for a private organisation.

The new edition also contains details of new blanket agreements that have been struck between the relevant collecting societies and certain sectors.

Topics include;

  • How copyright applies to music, lyrics & sound recordings
  • When you need permission
  • Filming and recording
  • Using resources from the internet, including music purchased online
  • Moral rights and performers rights
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Picture of the productEducational 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.

RRP $50


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Picture of the productEducational Institutions: Using Text & Images

In this book you will learn about the specific copyright provisions relating to the use of Text & Images 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 ´Educational Institutions: Text, Images & Music’ (B107)).

Topics range from:

  • Copying text, images & notated music
  • Copying from the internet
  • Digital delivery of course materials including use of content and learning management systems
  • Special case exception (section 200AB)

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. RRP $50



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Picture of the productGalleries, Museums & Copyright

Do you work in a museum? A public or commercial gallery? Then this book is for you! An essential tool for anyone working in galleries and museums.

This book will help you to get around the copyright issues when you:

  • Exhibit or sell art work
  • Use copyright for promotional material, advertising, websites, and apps
  • Engage with social media
  • Digitise your collection
  • Produce merchandise
  • Run your website
  • Allow public access

The book aims to help you identify and assess risks in dealing with donors, agreeing with artists, contracting with copyright owners and pacifying patrons. The book also points out when you need to think about moral rights.

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Picture of the productHistorians & Copyright
We outline the general law of copyright in Australia and address some specific questions relating to the copyright problems of historians. We consider when rights may need to be acquired or cleared, where to get permission, and provide some guidelines on acquiring rights. We also consider copyright from the perspective of historians as owners of copyright and discuss issues such as publishing contracts. RRP: $50


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Picture of the productInteractive Games & Copyright

The games industry is quickly becoming one of the biggest, most dynamic and interesting of all the copyright industries. However, their interactive, non-linear and audiovisual experience means many games do not fit neatly into established copyright categories. This practical guide is aimed at games developers and publishers. It covers:

  • copyright protection for games in Australia and in key markets
  • clearing copyright for games
  • moral and performers rights
  • distribution and monetisation models
  • user-generated content, communities, online play and international issues, and
  • other relevant laws and issues. RRP: $50


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Picture of the productMoral Rights - A Practical Guide
Moral rights legislation in Australia gives creators and performers of copyright material the right to be attributed, the right to not be falsely attributed and the right to take action if their work is treated in a derogatory manner. The rights came into effect in December 2000. This publication is a practical guide to moral rights for both creators and users of copyright material. It takes a detailed look at the new rights and their practical implications. It includes up to date practical examples, the case law in Australia since 2000 and other recent developments in the application of the legislation in various sectors and the digital environment. RRP $50


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Picture of the productMusic & Copyright
This book provides an in-depth analysis of key copyright issues that those in the music industry face in their day-to-day operations. It contains lots of practical information, references to other useful resources and relevant examples. Some of the areas we cover include:

  • General points about copyright & myths debunked
  • Composing and song writing
  • Performing
  • Recording
  • Publishing
  • Use of Music in films
  • Miscellaneous income streams
  • Putting your music online
  • DJing
  • Collecting societies RRP $50


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Picture of the productNew Technologies for Education

This guide is for people working in educational institutions, such as lecturers, teachers, library staff and people working in IT. In this context, “educational institutions” can include organisations providing training and general education (whether registered as such or not) as well as organisations such as schools, TAFEs, universities and language colleges. An education unit within other types of organisations may also be “educational institutions” for the purposes of the Act.

We look at how copyright and contractual issues affect the use of new technologies in the context of education. The new technologies we discuss include learning and content management systems, interactive whiteboards, and iPods and iPads. We also discuss how copyright and contract issues may impact on setting tasks for students based on or around the online environment • such as creating blogs, wikis, podcasts and vodcasts • and what copyright issues teaching staff may face if they want to create these sorts of resources.

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Picture of the productPeople with a Print Disability

This book discusses a range of legal, practical and policy approaches to reducing barriers for making print material accessible for people with a print disability. The book complements our practical guidelines on copyright for individuals with print disabilities, print disability organisations and copyright owners. The guidelines are available on our website. The new edition includes discussion and consideration of significant amendments to the Copyright Act in 2006, legal developments in other countries, new assistive technologies and the recently concluded Marrakesh Treaty.

Accessible (rich text format) copies are available on request by contacting the Australian Copyright Council on info@copyright.org.au

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Picture of the productWebsites & Social Media

Did you know that copyright is an integral part of managing any website, social media page, blog or online service? This guide deals with protecting content you create and post online and contains what you need to know to prevent raising copyright issues when using the content of other people.

  • Protecting images, text, video and other content you post online;
  • Managing your online community and social media presence;
  • Avoiding copyright issues when using content created by others;
  • Online copyright clearances, permissions and licences;
  • The legal effect of website terms and conditions. RRP $50


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Picture of the productWorking with Copyright: Getting it Right

These days every organisation uses, creates and administers content, whether it be putting in place a filing system or hosting a website. Getting it right when dealing with copyright is a key element in managing organisational risk. This practical book will guide and assist organisations in identifying and addressing copyright issues as they arise in daily workflows.

Topics include:

  • what is and isn’t protected by copyright
  • when you do and don’t need a licence
  • how to get a licence
  • what goes into a licence
  • building organisational compliance
  • policies and guidelines
  • risk management, and
  • social media.
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