Understanding copyright: Applying copyright requirements to your teaching resources
Understanding copyright in a New Zealand tertiary education setting requires familiarity with the basics of the Copyright Act 1994 and the internationally recognised Creative Commons licencing system. The law of copyright attempts to balance the rights and obligations of users and creators. The open access environment has encouraged engagement with an increasing amount of resources, and there are tools to more easily discover content that has clearly defined and appropriate terms of reuse applied.
Fields of Research130103 Higher Education; 080707 Organisation of Information and Knowledge Resources
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