There may be times when you must include copyright notices and warnings on your copied content when distributing to your students, colleagues or advisers.
You'll find a number of relevant copyright notices below. Contact a librarian or our Copyright Officer to discuss your questions.
Place both of these notices next to computers to advise students and/or staff of their legal responsibilities set out by Regulations in the Copyright Act 1968.
Place this notice next to photocopiers to advise students and/or staff of their legal responsibilities set out by Regulations in the Copyright Act 1968.
You must attach this notice to all electronically transmitted works containing third-party copyright materials copied for teaching purposes (unless you have the copyright owner's permission).
The notice should be electronically attached to the course pack so that students see the notice each time they access the material.
You must complete the Copyright Declaration Form and supply it to the printer to be included on the inside cover of the course pack.
The printer will only print a course pack and the bookstore will only stock a course pack if they receive a completed Copyright Declaration Form.
You must attach this notice to any broadcast material you have electronically transmitted for educational purposes.
The notice should appear immediately before the broadcast material is aired to students.
You must attach this notice to the cover of the DVD of any broadcast material you copy for educational purposes.
Any electronic material must include the following notice on the first page:
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
Copyright Regulations 1969
This material has been copied and communicated to you by or on behalf of The University of Wollongong pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (the Act).
The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further copying or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act.
Under UOW's music licence, staff and students may copy audio and video recordings from the AMCOS/ARIA repertoire to be performed at a university event (for educational purposes).
You must attach a notice to the audio or visual recording, its packaging, labelling or file heading.
Under UOW's music licence, staff and students may make an audio recording of music from the AMCOS/ARIA repertoire as part of their analysis, a lecture, tutorial or any other educational purposes.
You must attach a notice to the recording, its packaging, labelling or file heading.
Under UOW's music licence, staff may make audio and video recordings of music from the AMCOS/ARIA repertoires available to listen to online if it's for educational purposes.
You must attach this notice to the recording or file heading.