UNE generated course content
The University owns course content developed by UNE Staff in the course of their employment. This is clearly stated in the IP Policy, particulary 11.07.06.
Sharing UNE generated course content
UNE as copyright owner currently asserts the right to control access to and use of UNE authored course content.
The following requires authorisation from the University:
- Making UNE course content accessible to users other than UNE enrolled students.
- Applying a Creative Commons or other open licences to UNE generated course content.
If you have questions or require additional information, please discuss this with the Copyright Office in the first instance.
Copyright in your lecture will generally be owned by the University or by you as the presenter of the lecture.
As presenter, you have the right to be acknowledged with the recording.
The material may be made available to students where access is via password. Broader distribution, such as via iTunesU is possible if the content does not include the copyright of others.
If you want students to appear in the presentation — for example responding to or asking questions — you should ask their permission first. This could be a simple matter of letting the students know at the start of the class that the lecture is being recorded, so they can make a choice about participating.
If your recorded lecture includes third party copyright material such as images or DVD content that you have played to the class, there will be additional copyright considerations relating to that content. For example, the source of images for educational purposes copied under Part VB will need to be noted and a Part VB warning notice viewed. NOTE: Loading the lecture recording to Kaltura manages the warning notice as all Kaltura recordings include copyright notice preroll.
UNE web content
Before reusing material produced by another section of the University, you should seek clearance from the author or section that created the content to ensure your particular situation is compatible. For example, the content you want to use may have licence conditions or permissions attached.
If the content you want to use is already on the UNE site, it's best just to link to it.
By marking UNE images you remove doubt about