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The QUT Robot Academy permits educational institutions to make use of this content for the specified purpose of teaching and learning within an educational institution, subject to the Copyright Guidance Notes. Any unauthorised use of the content may be subject to copyright infringement. Should you wish to make use of copyright content for any other purpose please contact the Robot Academy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notify us of a copyright problem
The QUT Robot Academy’s designated representative for the purpose of receiving notifications from third parties in relation to content transmitted, cached, hosted or referred to on the QUT network is the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Technology, Information and Library Support).
If you are a copyright owner (which can be an exclusive licensee), or their agent, and if you believe that a work available on the QUT Robot Academy website infringes copyright or is a breach of an agreed licence or contract, you can notify us in writing.
Your notification must include:
- identification of the work that is the subject of your claim
- location of the work on the QUT website
- your contact information, including your name, address, telephone number and email address
- your relationship to the work, for example that you are the owner of the work or an agent acting on behalf of the owner of the work. If you are acting on behalf of an owner, supply details for all parties and their relationship to the work
- an indication of the law, licence or contract on which your claim is based.
To notify us of a copyright problem, email email@example.com.
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Copyright guidance notes
Individuals may view or make copies of the Content contained on the QUT Robot Academy website. The Content must not be systematically downloaded, retrieved or stored. The Content must not be reproduced or transmitted without prior written permission from QUT.
The QUT Robot Academy accepts that you may save an electronic copy or print out parts of this website solely for your own information, research or study, provided that:
- you do not modify the copy from how it appears on the website; and
- you include all copyright notices and/or acknowledge the relevant third party sources.
QUT will not be liable for any misuse and/or non-compliance with copyright law and requirements by individuals
For Educational Institutions
The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Robot Academy permits Educational Institutions to make use of the Robot Academy content (the Content) for the specified purpose of teaching and learning within an Educational Institution. Any unauthorised use of the Content may be subject to copyright infringement.
Educational Institutions are defined as a Primary and Secondary Schools, Tertiary/Technical or further educational institutions (including TAFE colleges), and Universities.
Users must not modify any of the Content in any way, and must not remove any of the copyright notices or associated copyright information in relation to any of the content on this website.
Some of the Content may be labelled with creative commons insignia .
As an Educational Institution you can:
- Provide your class with a list of links to QUT Robot Academy lessons or masterclasses for prep-work or as distance education
- Use QUT Robot Academy lessons or masterclasses during a lecture or tutorial, or parts thereof but not otherwise modified
If Educational Institutions want to customise the QUT Robot Academy Content to support teaching and learning permission must be sought from QUT via firstname.lastname@example.org
When recording a lecture, Educational Institutions need to consider the copyright implications. Some copyright issues do not arise in the delivery of a lecture face to face, but arise when a recording is made. When making a screen or video recording, Educational Institutions are reproducing the words spoken and any audio or visual material played or display in the lecture.
Education institutions are responsible for ensuring that any content used or included in any such recording complies with copyright law and requirements. QUT will not be liable for any misuse and/or non-compliance with copyright law and requirements by Educational Institutions.