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The Commonwealth Copyright Act (1968) provides the legislative framework for the copying and communication of print, electronic, and audio-visual material at the University of Notre Dame Australia. The provisions of the act apply to the research and teaching activities of both staff and students.
The University holds two statutory copyright licences provide specific extensions to the terms of the Act in relation to the copying and reproduction for the purposes of research and teaching.
These extensions are explained briefly under the next two main headings and there are answers to specific questions about copyright issues and problems in the University FAQs service. There are also links to websites on this page where you can find more information about your rights and responsibilities in relation to copyright as a staff member or student of the University of Notre Dame Australia.