Library Website: Copyright

 Copyright for Teachers

Copyright is automatic rights held by creators of content to control how their work is used by others. As a teacher, you have a responsibility to ensure that materials that you produce for teaching materials do no breach copyright by re-using images without permission, copying texts/books and ensuring that all material you use is appropriately attributed. The Library is here to support and advise you on all things Copyright. For any Copyright questions, contact us at

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Copyright Module for Teachers


Note: If you haven't logged in to Gordon Online today, you'll go to your dashboard once you've clicked on the link above. Once you've logged into Gordon Online, you'll then see the Copyright module in your courses, and you'll be able to access the module from there.  

  Copyright Myths

What is Copyright?

Public Domain and Creative Commons

 Finding Creative Commons Content


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Video sourced from YouTube: john gibbs, Wikimedia Foundation