More copyright resources

How moral rights are applied in NSLA libraries for works created by staff or volunteers.

NSLA's submission to the Australian Government's inquiry into the Copyright Amendment (Service Providers) Bill, which proposes to extend the operation of the safe harbour scheme.

NSLA's response to the exposure draft of the Copyright Amendment (Access Reform) Bill 2021 and Review of Technological Protection Measures Exceptions. (February 2022)
These guidelines aim to provide a standard framework to assess risk in providing online access to oral history or sound recordings, where rights and permission agreements are missing, poorly documented and/or unclear.
NSLA member libraries acknowledge their collective, individual and moral responsibilities to ensure that management and access to First Nations collection materials is culturally informed and respectful, including recognition and protection of the ongoing, communal nature of Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) rights.