National Copyright Webinar Series

National Copyright Webinar Series

Register for the webinars below

The National Copyright Unit (NCU) offers a number of free webinars series to help teachers navigate copyright while teaching.

Below are the details of these webinars:

‘Copyright for Educators’ webinar series

These long-form webinars are open to all Australian schools and TAFEs (excluding Victorian TAFEs) and are targeted to educators, librarians and administrators. The webinars will cover topics such as:

  • basic introduction to copyright
  • what schools and TAFEs are allowed to do under the various education licences
  • free education use exceptions – flexible dealing, exam copying, performing and communicating works in the classroom and disability access exceptions
  • guidelines for schools and TAFEs about teaching students online
  • using Netflix, YouTube and audiobooks in class, including virtual classes
  • finding and using ‘Creative Commons’ licensed material and ‘Open Education Resources’
  • livestreaming of music performances/concerts.

2024 ‘Copyright for Educators’ webinar series dates are below:

Schools

Date Details Registration Link
Term 1: Tuesday 26 March 2024 9am-3pm AEDT (Syd/Melb/Canberra) Registrations closed
Term 2: Wednesday 5 June 2024 9am-3pm AEST (Syd/Melb/Canberra) Registrations closed
Term 3: Thursday 22 August 2024 (WA time) 9am-3pm AWST (Perth)/

11 – 5pm AEST (Syd/Melb/Canberra)

Register Here
Term 4: Tuesday 22 October 2024 9am-3pm AEDT (Syd/Melb/Canberra) Register Here

TAFE

Date Details Registration Link
Term 1: Friday 23 February 2024 9am-1pm AEDT (Syd/Melb/Canberra) Registrations closed
Term 2: Wednesday 22 May 2024 9am-1pm AEST (Syd/Melb/Canberra) Registrations closed
Term 3: Thursday 1 August 2024 (WA time) 9am-1pm AWST (Perth)/

11am-3pm AEST (Syd/Melb/Canberra)

Register Here
Term 4: Tuesday 29 October 2024 9am-1pm AEDT (Syd/Melb/Canberra) Register Here

The NCU Copyright Hour: Short webinars

The National Copyright Unit (NCU) are running our short webinar series ‘The NCU Copyright Hour’ again in 2023 and 2024. They are aimed at Australian school or TAFE educators, librarians and administrators on specific copyright topics.

These one-hour webinars will be conducted via Zoom.

Please note: when registering for a webinar please ensure you are signing up to the correct webinar for your sector ie TAFE or Schools.

Below are more details on the webinars:

Term 2 2024

Topic Dates Details Registration Link
TAFE: Copyright for TAFE Resource Developers Tuesday 18 June (3:30 – 4:30pm AEST) It will cover the below topics:
  • Smartcopying tips
  • Creative Commons
  • Seeking permission
  • Statutory Licences, TAFE Music Licence and copyright exceptions
  • Standards Australia
  • Commercialisation of TAFE resources
  • Attribution
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Publishing material on a public website.
Register Here

 

Term 3 2024

Topic Dates Details Registration Link
Schools: Copyright for Resource Developers Tuesday 23 July (3:30 – 4:30pm AEST) It will cover the below topics:
  • Smartcopying tips
  • Creative Commons
  • Seeking permission
  • What if we don’t have a licence or permission?
  • Publishing material to a public website
  • Licensing your learning resources
  • Attribution
  • Copyright Infringement Claims.
Register Here
Schools and TAFE: Creative Commons Tuesday 6 August (3:30 – 4:30pm AEST) It will cover the below topics:
  • Copyright Basics
  • Open Education Resources and Creative Commons
  • Finding CC Licensed Materials
  • Licensing Your Learning Resources Under CC
  • Copyright Infringement Claims.
Register Here
Schools and TAFE: AI and Copyright Tuesday 13 August (3:30 – 4:30pm AEST) It will cover the below topics:
  • What is generative AI?
  • Uses of AI in Education
  • Copyright issues when using AI
  • Ownership of copyright in AI generated works
  • Labelling and attributing
  • Developments in copyright law to address AI issues
  • Smartcopying Tips.
Register Here
Schools: Music and Copyright in Schools Tuesday 27 August (3:30 – 4:30pm AEST) It will cover the below topics:
  • Music and Copyright
  • Schools Music Licence
  • Education Exceptions
  • Seeking Permission
  • Creative Commons.
Register Here
Schools: Using Text and Artistic Works in Schools Tuesday 3 September (3:30 – 4:30pm AEST) It will cover the below topics:
  • Copyright Basics
  • Statutory Text and Artistic Works Licence
  • Education Exceptions
  • Audiobooks
  • Labelling and Attribution
  • Copyright Infringement Claims
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Open Education Resources and Creative Commons
  • Smartcopying Tips.
Register Here
Schools: Using TV and Film in Schools Tuesday 10 September (3:30 – 4:30pm AEST) It will cover the below topics: Register Here

 

Term 4 2024

Topic Dates Details Registration Link
Schools and TAFE: Creative Commons Tuesday 15 October (12 – 1pm AEDT) It will cover the below topics:
  • Copyright Basics
  • Open Education Resources and Creative Commons
  • Finding CC Licensed Materials
  • Licensing Your Learning Resources Under CC
  • Copyright Infringement Claims.
Register Here
TAFE: Using Text and Artistic Works in TAFE Tuesday 12 November (12 – 1pm AEDT) It will cover the below topics: Register Here
Schools and TAFE: AI and Copyright Tuesday 19 November (12 – 1pm AEDT) It will cover the below topics:
  • What is generative AI?
  • Uses of AI in Education
  • Copyright issues when using AI
  • Ownership of copyright in AI generated works
  • Labelling and attributing
  • Developments in copyright law to address AI issues
  • Smartcopying Tips.
Register Here
TAFE: Copyright for Resource Developers Tuesday 26 November (12 – 1pm AEDT)  

It will cover the below topics:

  • Smartcopying tips
  • Creative Commons
  • Seeking permission
  • Statutory Licences, TAFE Music Licence and copyright exceptions
  • Standards Australia
  • Commercialisation of TAFE resources
  • Attribution
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Publishing material on a public website.
Register Here

 

If you have any questions about these webinars, please email Sara Lewis at sara.lewis1@det.nsw.edu.au.