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Listed under:  Economics and business  >  Economy  >  Ownership  >  Intellectual property  >  Copyright
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My Place - Episode 7: 1948: Jen, The pictures

Jen and her friends are at the 'pictures' watching a newsreel that includes an announcement of the birth of Prince Charles. In the cinema foyer the girls steal a movie poster of Prince Philip, the husband of Princess Elizabeth (who would later become Queen Elizabeth II). The girls discuss the importance of 'handsomeness' ...

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Attribute this!

On one side there are a creator's rights and on the other the development of culture through building on other's ideas. A range of laws try to keep these often conflicting demands in balance. Professor Lawrence Lessig is co-founder of creative commons, a non-profit organisation that enables copyright owners to allow the ...

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Sharing the good news about Creative Commons

Making a media work about Creative Commons licensing can be a challenge. How do you get the message across without losing the interest of your audience? Christopher Lewis, an ABC Open producer from Western Australia, shares his video on the subject.

Interactive resource

Innovation cycle: patent

Look at how innovators protect their ideas so that they can profit from them. Explore a case study about new ideas for medicine to help in the fight against age-related conditions like Alzheimer's and Huntington's diseases. See how the company identifies possible applications of the chemical compounds, applies for patents ...

Image

Poster for Mambo

This is a colour promotional poster designed by Reg Mombassa in 1984 for the Mambo Graphics clothing company. The poster features a typical Australian suburban backyard in which can be seen a utility vehicle with caravan attached, a Hills hoist clothesline and a small house. A character wearing colourful Mambo shorts is ...

Teacher resource

Art exhibition

This resource is an online unit of work found on the Australian Government’s Intellectual Property(IP) website in the ‘IP In Schools’ section. The unit contains four worksheets (available in both PDF and RTF) that focus on an imaginary exhibition of six works by Henri Matisse, although teachers may select any artist to ...

Teacher resource

Could you be an innovator?

This is a unit of work for teachers about being an innovator or being inventive. It has three main sections: Classroom unit - including an overview, the learning objectives and curriculum areas covered; Delivery - including duration, materials required and nine worksheets; and the Procedure - explaining the sequencing of ...

Teacher resource

Can you name your child Anzac?

This is a unit of work about the significance of the word Anzac in Australian history and the laws that are in place surrounding the use of the word. Topics explored include: Trade marks, Intellectual property, the historical significance of the word Anzac; people named Anzac and commercial use of the word. The resource ...

Teacher resource

How vital is a trade mark in marketing?

This is a resource about the importance of trade marks in marketing. The resource examines: key marketing principles used to influence consumers including: the four P’s of marketing – Product, Price, Presentation and Place; what is a trade mark; trade names; and marketing strategies that use trade marks. The resource includes ...

Teacher resource

Sites2See – copyright for teachers

Information about copyright and Creative Commons for teachers, with links to resources, including sites to find images, video, music and sounds that teachers can use in the classroom.