Copyright Hub

Copyright protects the expression of an idea not the idea itself. Copyright is automatic and does not require any registration.

This Copyright Hub presents to you a selection of information to assist and educate you in creating and legally utilising copyright protected material in your learning, teaching and research activities.

Students

Academic Integrity

Here on this site you can find out what academic integrity is, how it relates to you, how to follow the rules including copyright for students and what to do if you're accused of academic misconduct. It is important that you understand your responsibilities.

Academic Integrity

Copyright in Social Media, Websites and Blogs

Here you will find information on using copyright protected material in open access environments such as social media, websites and blogs:

Copyright in Social Media, Websites and Blogs

Staff

Copyright Information for University Staff

A library of copyright information and instructions is available here to assist you in using copyright protected material in your teaching in reliance on the educational statutory licences.

Copyright Information for University Staff

Copyright Training Module

This self enrolment training module is designed to give you the basics of copyright for a professional academic career. In the education sector, copyright is a critical piece for our daily activity whether it is complying with statutory licences when copying for students, enabling students to copy using fair dealing or adhering to copyright licence requirements in your teaching and research activities.

Copyright Training Module

Academic Integrity for Staff

Here you will find out about your academic integrity and copyright responsibilities:

Your responsibilities

Copyright in Social Media, Websites and Blogs

Here you will find information on using copyright protected material in open access environments such as social media, websites and blogs:

Copyright in Social Media, Websites and Blogs

Copyright and Information Technology: Legal services

Further information to assist you when using copyright material and computer systems.

Copyright and Information Technology

Researchers

Copyright and Your Thesis

Once your thesis is written it will be protected by copyright. Copyright will also apply to any drafts of your thesis. You will own the copyright in your thesis, unless there is an agreement in place that specifies otherwise. This page will give you more information on submitting your research including copyright and your thesis:

Copyright and Your Thesis

Copyright in Social Media, Websites and Blogs

Here you will find information on using copyright protected material in open access environments such as social media, websites and blogs:

Copyright in Social Media, Websites and Blogs

Contacts

David Janssen
University Copyright Advisor
Library
T: (+61 3) 9479 5360
E: copyright@latrobe.edu.au

Gilbert Ducasse
General Counsel
Legal Services
T: (+61 3) 9479 1795
E: g.ducasse@latrobe.edu.au

External Resources