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Get copyright right: what videos can I use and adapt?

By Patrick Tooth,

Most videos are under copyright, so how do we know when we can reuse, adapt or make a mash-up of them?

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How Reading Lists improve student experience and copyright compliance

By Patrick Tooth,

Patrick Tooth, Hossain Salahuddin and Michelle Hernandez go over some of the key benefits that Reading Lists can provide.

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Get copyright right: what images can I use?

By Patrick Tooth,

Patrick Tooth guides us on image usage, including tips on reusing and crediting, and answers your most frequently asked copyright questions.

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A shared experience: 3 panels to attend during Open Access Week

By LX Team,

Our guide to the UTS Library's three-day Open Access event.

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The new Library online experience has arrived!

By Daniel Hamilton,

What's new in the UTS Library digital experience?

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5 key lessons from the first year of the Student Learning Hub

By Alycia Bailey,

In August 2019, the Student Learning Hub launched at UTS Central - here are some key learnings from the past 12 months.

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Digital Literacy made easy with the Library’s Tinker Kits

By Alycia Bailey,

Feeling the pressure to develop digital and data literacy skills in your students? UTS Library can help with our Tinker Kits.

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Open Educational Resources Part 4: open access and free access

By Shemiran Yaghobi,

Is it right to label a free resource an 'open resource'? This post by Janet Chelliah and Shemiran Yaghobi sheds light on correct terminology.

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All about Explorable Explanations

By Sean Riley,

Explorable explanations are a great way to delve into complex ideas and help students understand them. Learn more here about explorable explanations and the tools you can use to create them.

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Open Educational Resources Part 3: Open Licensing Tools

By Shemiran Yaghobi,

Want to share your work with the world and get recognition for what you have done? Creative Commons might be the perfect tool for you. This post is co-authored by Shemiran Yaghobi and Janet Chelliah.

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