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Published: Wednesday 24th January 2018
Copyright impacts almost everyone on a daily basis, especially those of us working in the education sector.
If you are teaching at ACU in 2018, or assisting in the development of learning resources for physical and online classes, you need to know how copyright can affect you.
Attend the Library’s information sessions to develop an understanding of your legal responsibilities and options when using other people’s work at ACU.
At the end of the session, you will gain:
Bring your coffee or lunch and find out what you can do, what the rules are, and where at ACU to get help.
For further information, including session dates and times, check out the LEO and Copyright information from ACU’s Staff Training and Development website.
Please register via Staff Connect no less than three working days before the session. There are sessions online and in person, so you won’t miss out.
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