If you record your lectures (or they are automatically recorded by JCU lecture capture for later streaming and/or downloading, you must make sure that only authorised copyright material is included in the recording that is distributed to students.
There may be differences between presenting original copyright materials in a lecture and making a copy of these materials available via a lecture recording.
In the following, ‘streaming’ includes the availability of a lecture recording for live viewing, and the facility for students to download a lecture recording for later viewing.
If you are using publisher provided slides that are part of a textbook package and the publisher has allowed it, you can record their slides without a Part VB notice. Currently the following publisher has given written permission for use of a slide package in a recorded lecture:
The Copyright Act allows you to read from a literary work and to perform a dramatic work in a class or lecture. If you record a lecture containing excerpts from these works you must take the following actions:
You can stream the following podcasts:
A Part VA Warning notice must be displayed just before the podcast is downloaded by the students.
Under the Music Licence you can stream CDs and sound recordings to students and staff but: downloading of music files is not permitted lectures containing music within the scope of the Music Licence cannot be downloaded from an intranet or internet site. If your lectures include music used in accordance with the Music Licence, you must arrange for that lecture to be delivered via streaming only (See Copyright Guide, Section 13 Music.)
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