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This section is intended to provide a gentle introduction to copyright and areas of copyright law relevant to teaching & learning in FET.
Disclaimer: these pages serve as a general introduction to some relevant aspects of copyright and shall not be taken as authoritative legal advice
There are eight pages in this section:
What is Copyright? - provides some general details of copyright and copyright law in Ireland
Copyright Infringement - examples of copyright infringement and how best to avoid it
Exceptions and Fair Use - details some exceptions to copyright that allow for using material without permission
Copyright and Education - looks at the requirements and responsibilities of teachers using material in their teaching
Copyright and Moodle - provides a little more detail on what you can and should (or shouldn't) be uploading to Moodle
Copyright and Repositories - briefly discusses how copyright can limit what you can upload to institutional repositories
Open Licences - provides details on licences that allows other people to use and share your work while still maintaining rights
Links - a page of links to useful copyright resources