Category Archives: Copyright

Video purge

In line with fitting out all the classrooms at the school with data projectors and getting rid of VCRs, the library is redistributing our video collection. Representatives from many of the departments have already come and worked out which vids … Continue reading

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Creating a copyright compliant atmosphere

I have just been to a few sessions run by the Australian Copyright Council on copyright. The presentations covered sections under the Copyright Act that specifically deal with schools. As an educational institution we have some special abilities when it comes to … Continue reading

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CyberSafety – Acceptable Usage Agreement

Regarding my earlier post about CyberSafety, the Electronic Services Acceptable Usage Agreement (ESAUA) is indeed on the S drive and is easily located in the Proformas folder (S:\Proformas\IT\Electronic Agreement Forms). It is worth familiarising yourself with this document as it covers ways that students … Continue reading

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Downloading Youtube videos for use in the classroom

Downloading There are a range of sites that allow you to download videos from YouTube. Below are step-by-step instructions to doing so with Zamzar and a brief rundown of the copyright issues involved. 1. Find the clip that you want … Continue reading

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