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Canberra Education

When
6/11/2019
Where
Maddocks House Level 1, 40 Macquarie Street BARTON ACT 2600

Program


Tuesday, 11 June 2019

 
This 2 hour session is a comprehensive overview of Australian copyright law specifically for educators. In this session, we will cover all the essentials including; what is copyright, what it protects and how, copyright ownership and licensing, general and education-specific copyright exceptions, copyright infringement and managing risk, moral rights and moral rights infringement. This session will also take you through amendments made to the Copyright Act in recent years. Attendance of this session is highly recommended in order to have a grounded understanding for the remaining sessions.
Time
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
6/11/2019 9:00 AM

This practical, 90 minute session will take you through the statutory licences managed by Copyright Agency and Screenrights. It is relevant for all educators working in primary and high schools, universities, TAFEs, and registered training colleges. During this session, you will learn; what are the statutory licences and how were they changed by the 2017 amendments, what you can and cannot copy under the statutory licences, dealing with Copyright Agency and Screenrights: a walkthrough the main terms of the statutory licences, the dos and don’ts of applying the statutory licences in the classroom.
Time
11:15 AM - 12:45 PM
6/11/2019 11:15 AM

This practical, 90 minute session covers the licences offered to educational sector by industry bodies such as APRA AMCOS, PPCA, Roadshow Films, Hal Leonard, and more. It is relevant for all educators working in primary and high schools, universities, TAFEs, and registered training colleges. During this session, you will learn about; the music industry blanket licences from APRA AMCOS/PPCA/ARIA, the non-theatrical film licences from Roadshow and Amalgamated Films, licensing requirements for concerts, theatre productions, and other campus events, Christian Copyright licence for religious services, subscriptions to electronic journals and other resources
Time
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
6/11/2019 1:30 PM

This detailed, 2 hour session sets out the copyright issues faced by educators when it comes to digital learning and the internet. It is relevant for all educators working in primary and high schools, universities, TAFEs, and registered training colleges. Topics covered include; working with laptops, tablets and other devices, permissions online: how to source and use content on websites and social media, working with Creative Commons and open access, website and social media content moderation, liability, risk management, and safe harbour amendments
Time
3:15 PM - 5:15 PM
6/11/2019 3:15 PM