Copyright at Swinburne

Swinburne is committed to ensuring that staff and students are provided with clear copyright information when accessing and using information resources.

Copyright management at Swinburne is guided by clause 9.2 of the Swinburne People, Culture and Integrity policy and the Swinburne Copyright Guidelines [PDF, 223KB].

Copyright for students

Find copyright information and access the copyright for students tool for guidance on using images, video, text and music in your assignments.

Copyright for teaching

Use the copyright for teaching tool (login required) to find information specific to the media type you want to make available to your students.

Search the library for online journal articles, book chapters, images and audio visual material to make available to your students. Learn how to create persistent links to these resources (login required).

Contact your Liaison librarian if you need help with your search or advice on new and high quality teaching materials.

If the online resources you want to use are not available through the library, more information about digital copying is available on the Copyright wiki (login required).

The copyright wiki also includes information about using Echo360 ALP lecture recording and copyright plus information about creating teaching videos.

Academic staff and Higher Degree by Research students can find copyright information for researchers on the wiki. There is also general information about copyright law.

Contact us

Contact the Swinburne Copyright Office at