The Statutory Education Licence, managed by Copyright Agency, allows educators to copy and share text, images and print music without the permission of the rightsholder for educational purposes..
Under the Licence, you can:
- use content from a range of sources such as books, newspapers, journals, printouts, photocopies, websites
- use text and images in hardcopy or digital format
- make as many copies as you need for educational purposes
- make copies offsite
- scan printed content
- make content available on a learning management system
- share content with students via email or other messaging services
- enhance other resources or text written by teachers
What works can you copy?
- printed and digital content
- local and foreign content
- published and unpublished content
- content from any source including: books, journals, magazines, newspapers, posters, print music, photographs, maps, eBooks and any online content from the internet.
- For information regarding the licensing of TV andradio broadcast content, please contact Screenrights.
- For information regarding the licensing of musical works and sound recordings, please contact OneMusic Australia.
For more examples of what you can copy under the Statutory Education Licence, visit our website here