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Referencing: Copyright

Introduction

"The copyright law of Australia defines the legally enforceable rights of creators of creative and artistic works under Australian law."

Copyright law of Australia. (2017). In Wikipedia. Retrieved October 3, 2017, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_law_of_Australia.

Use the links below to see why plagiarism and referencing need to be taken seriously and how to be compliant.

Students and Copyright - Smartcopying : Offical guide to copyright issues for Australian schools and TAFEs

*Staff can refer to the Copyright Portal on the staff intranet for more detailed information*

Resources

Images for Educational Use - including Shutterstock licence

Click the link below for suggested websites for finding images for educational use.
Always check the terms and conditions of each site for copyright.
Attribution of images is always required under Australian copyright legislation.

Sound & Music for Educational Use

Click the links below for suggested websites for finding sound and music for educational use.
Always check the terms and conditions of each site for copyright and attribution requirements.

 

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