Our CLNZ (Copyright Licensing NZ) license allows us to extend copyright to copy up to 10% or one chapter from a single source. This allows you to
make multiple copies (for distribution to students as handouts or a coursepack) for educational purposes
share copied material in print or electronically with students
avoid the inconvenience of gaining permission from each individual publisher to copy their work
What does the license cover?
books and textbooks
journals and magazines
artistic works (such as illustrations) as published in a book
Copyright applies to everything published online.
Websites - check for permission to use its content. Note: even if there is no copyright statement on the site, it is still protected by copyright.
YouTube videos - all online videos are protected by copyright. You may play videos directly from YouTube in a classroom but you need to check the license or permissions before downloading videos to use for a class.
Commercial videos, DVDs or CDs - get the copyright owner's permission to re-use.