Material created by others may be protected by copyright. With certain restrictions, lecturers may copy and share copyright material with students:
as permitted educational uses within the Copyright Act 1994 and copyright licences managed by the University.
Using Open Access material in your teaching offers a legal alternative to copyrighted material. Open educational resources (OER) are openly licensed educational material that can be used for teaching purposes.
The Copyright Act 1994 allows the following use of material, with attribution.
Use the Copyright for Teaching guide for more specifics about what you can copy and how much you can legally share with students.