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With the doors of most libraries and archives across Australia closed to the public for the foreseeable future, many are considering what they can do to keep supplying clients, and whether copyright might cause problems.
The good news is that the unique distance challenges of our country mean that the right to remote supply has always been part of our national copyright policies, and Australia’s Copyright Act 1968 gives libraries, archives, museums and galleries clear rights to provide remote access to materials in many circumstances.
In this free public webinar, the staff members of the Australian Libraries Copyright Committee answered some of the most common questions about copyright law for Australian cultural institutions seeking to provide access to material in their collections remotely.
Watch the full video of the second date of the webinar, held 21 May 2020, via the link below. You can also access the slides for the webinar.