Text, images, video and music are usually copyright material whether published or found on the Internet. Ensure that all material used in coursework and handouts follows the principles of the Copyright Act.
There are few educational exemptions in this Act. However, you may scan material into a Powerpoint presentation to be projected in class without requesting permission.
Electronic resources purchased by Libraries and Cultural Resources
In general, follow the relevant contract, licence or agreement. Where use is permitted, a statement of attribution should always be displayed on copies. EBook Permissions by Platform.
Other electronic resources (e.g. DVD, Internet material)
Provide a URL to the website. If printing material, contact the copyright owner for use unless noted otherwise on the material. Just because something is posted on the web does not mean it is always free to use.
Course packs involving material compiled from various sources to be sold or distributed to students