NCU’s copyright Q&A sessions for curriculum and education resource developers

NCU’s copyright Q&A sessions for curriculum and education resource developers

The National Copyright Unit (NCU) is hosting one-hour copyright Q&A sessions for curriculum and education resource developers. These sessions are run monthly on Thursdays at lunchtime (12pm AEST/AEDT). Curriculum developers, and other staff in the departments of education or non-government school bodies involved in creating and providing educational resources to students, teachers, schools and parents, are welcome to join these sessions. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions about any copyright issues, including curly ones you may be grappling with in your day-to-day work.


Dates: In 2024 we are running these sessions monthly from Thursday 2 May 2024.

  • Thursday 2 May
  • Thursday 6 June
  • Thursday 25 July
  • Thursday 15 August
  • Thursday 12 September
  • Thursday 17 October
  • Thursday 14 November

Time: 12-1pm AEST/AEDT

Where: Zoom. Please register by clicking on the link below:

Please note: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from Humantix with the Zoom link. We will also re-send you the link the day before the Q&A session you signed up for.

Who is welcome: Departmental/non-government school bodies’ staff involved in creating education resources and providing them to teachers, schools and parents.

If you have any particular questions or topics you would like discussed in the Q&A session, you are welcome to send these to before each lunchtime session.

Feel free to also pass this email onto to anyone you think may find these Q&A sessions helpful.

Please note these Q&A sessions are not for teachers, schools and TAFE staff.

The NCU runs separate copyright webinars for school and TAFE teachers and staff. Information can be found on our website here, including information on how to register for the webinars.