Resources

General principles and processes to promote a consistent response to copyright takedown requests by NSLA libraries.
Legal deposit is a statutory provision which legally obliges publishers to deposit copies of their publications in the National Library of Australia and in the state or territory library in the region of publication.
An information guide for library users about copyright in Australian library collections.
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.
These guidelines aim to assist libraries in understanding the significance and benefits of the use of a Deed of Gift when accepting donations, and ensure that the Deed works in the best interests of the goals of libraries, and considers the needs of potential donors of material.