While under the educational exemption of fair dealing, due to being used for educational purposes, lecturers should understand that there are limits to what they can use in class under the terms of the ICLA agreement. As is the case with students all copyright works used should have a suitable attribution.
It is now possible to copy up to 10% of a website page content under the license however this is dependent on the website's policy in relation to this around copying content.
10% or one chapter from a book. Full works, for example, the full text of a book can not be taken and photocopied, this applies only to one work on one course of study.
In the case of short stories and poems, the whole work can be copied as long as it is below 10 pages.
However, it must be noted that this only applies to material that the institute owns, either through owning a copy of the item or a subscription to a database that holds the item or that the lecturer themselves own.
In the case of a journal article or periodical online or offline you may copy the full text of one article but only one article from that particular issue of the journal or periodical.
You can copy illustrations that are in an article or work you have copied using the license before without providing the text. Though it should be only 10% of the images in the work.
This video focuses mainly on the United States context but does provide a basic idea of copyright and its relation to teaching.
Sheet music, industrial journals, flashcards, classroom assessments and gray literature do not fall under the ICLA license and therefore should be linked to rather than placed in full on Moodle unless you obtain permission from the copyright holder. In general be careful in using these types of resources.
If you wish to upload a video of a lecture or PowerPoint slides of a lecture make sure any material that is in either of these resources comply with copyright as issues may arise if this is not the case.
Any material you hold the copyright for and is your own work can be freely put up on Moodle. Any other material may be subject to copyright which may not fall under the ICLA license.
Printed works can be copied as long as they fall within these conditions:
Websites videos etc. are not covered by the license and if you wish to use them on your Moodle please provide links to them. Also especially for videos check to see if the video uploaded is by the original owner as a lot of YouTube videos infringe copyright of the uploader of the video is not the original owner do not link to it as you may infringe copyright. However if the video is published under creative commons or a creative commons license you may put up the video fully on your Moodle page within the conditions met.
Images cannot be put up onto Moodle unless you have the copyright or the permission of the copyright holder to reupload so they are best avoided or a link be provided to the image instead in order to avoid any issues around copyright alternatively you can find copyright free images that can be used without worry. The video below shows what tools you can use to do this.
The 2019 act has updated the provisions of the educational exceptions to include:
That as long as a sufficient acknowledgement is given copies can be made of works available through the internet.
Copyright checklist for uploading works to Moodle