Under the statutory licence provisions negotiated between the Universities Australia and Screenrights, off-air recordings can be made solely for the educational purposes of the University from TV, radio and cable or satellite TV, including free to air Podcasts and Vodcasts that originate as broadcasts.
There is no restriction on the type of program that may be copied, the amount that can be copied or the number of copies that may be made, if the copies are made from free-to-air broadcast radio and television.
Note: It is not permitted under this scheme to copy pre-recorded material such as commercially purchased or hired DVDs.
Each copy of the broadcast made under the scheme, or any container in which the copy is kept, must be labelled. This includes the original copy, and any reproductions made from that copy, such as those that you may send out to your students.
The label must contain the following information:
Made for Bond University under s113P
of the Copyright Act 1968
Date program was transmitted _____________________
Date this copy was made __________________________ (if different)
Please contact the Manager, Scholarly Publications and Copyright to acquire a label.
The recording may be communicated either by email, or from a secure web site.
Each electronic or digital copy which is communicated under s113P of the Copyright Act must contain an electronic Warning Notice.
Contact the Manager, Scholarly Publications and Copyright for further assistance.