Other Ways to Use Copyright

Fair Dealing refers to the exceptions in the Copyright Act which allow you to use limited a amounts of other people's work for certain purposes without having to obtain written permission from the copyright owner.

Open licensing refers to schemes such as Creative Commons in which creators retain the rights to their own work, but grant a licence to others to copy and distribute it in a certain manner and without the need to seek permission or pay royalties.

The Disability provisions enable individuals and educational organisations to assist people with disabilities by permitting copyright material to be converted into the best format available and with appropriate features for access by persons with a disability and by anyone assisting them. This includes enlarging text and graphics and changing the format.

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