TAFE Queensland is covered by the Statutory Text and Artistic Works Licence (section 113P of the Copyright Act).
The Statutory Text and Artistic Works licence is a paid licence that gives our staff the convenience of using a reasonable amount of published text and artistic works for educational purpose without seeking copyright owners' permission.
It is recommended that you link to websites instead of copying to minimise licence costs.
If you do want to print or download material from a website, read their Copyright Statement and Terms and Conditions to confirm that they allow copying for educational purposes.
If the website states Copyright All Rights Reserved and does not allow any reproduction, you should not copy anything from the website under s113P. You will need to contact them to seek permission.
When making s113P reproductions available to students, a warning notice is required to limit the potential liability of TAFE Queensland in the event that a student uses the content in a way that may infringe copyright.
TAFE Queensland may also participate in surveys to capture the extent of reproduction under this licence.
For content from websites and online sources, the table below outlines the maximum amounts that can be copied.
|Electronic works||Amount that can be copied|
|Websites||10% of the total number of words|
|Online publications(e-zines, online newspapers, online journals)||1 article per day or per edition, more than 1 if on the same topic|
|Digital anthologies||If paginated and more than 200 pages, one work of up to 15 pages. Otherwise, no more than 10% of the total number of words o the anthology.|
|Artistic works (digital photographs, cartoons, diagrams and drawing)||The whole of the artistic work|
|Electronic version of sheet music||10% of the words or one chapter|
|Screenplays, plays||10% of the total number of words|
When material is used under s113P, a warning notice should be added to the resource preceding the content.
This material has been copied [and communicated to you] in accordance with the statutory licence in section 113P of the Copyright Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act.
Do not remove this notice.
If there are multiple reproductions under s113P within a single resource, use the following warning notice once at the beginning to cover the whole resource.
Some of this material has been copied [and communicated to you] in accordance with the statutory licence in section 113P of the Copyright Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act.
Do not remove this notice.
For text and images, include as much of the following as possible:
Copied under s113P [insert author, title, publisher, edition or date of publication, ISBN/ISSN, URL]
The attribution should be placed wherever practicable, eg. below the content, in the footer of each of the relevant page or as an introduction/end credits page.
Copied under s113P, Hayden Smith, Ravensthorpe camel museum born from lifelong love of 'maligned' animal, ABC Goldfields, 4 Jan 2023. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-01-04/camel-museum-ravensthorpe-wa-julia-bell/101794252
Copied under s113P, Rachel Rasker, How to create a nest box for your backyard or balcony, ABC Everyday, https://www.abc.net.au/everyday/how-to-create-a-nest-box-for-backyard-or-balcony/101928832
Possum in nesting box. Image copied under s113P, by Simon Cherriman, ABC Everyday: Luke Tribe, https://www.abc.net.au/everyday/how-to-create-a-nest-box-for-backyard-or-balcony/101928832