Copying for teaching
Knowledge Exchange Office (HKU)
The University's Knowledge Exchange Office supports the development of knowledge exchange at the institutional level, and organizes regular seminars including those relating to copyright for educators and researchers.
- Copyright and Creative Commons for Educators, 30 Oct 2018, Ms Alice Lee, Faculty of Law, HKU (Presentation and Recording)
- All You Ever Wanted to Know About Copyright But Were Too Afraid to Ask, 18 Jan 2019, Ms Gabriela Kennedy, Partner and Head of Asia IP & TMT Group, Mayer Brown (Presentation)
This set of non-statutory guidelines was developed jointly by copyright owners from the publishing industry, local newspapers, and copyright users from the educational sector to facilitate teachers in making multiple copies of a work for instructional purposes. The HUCOM Task Force on Reprographic Rights Licensing is one of the organizations which endorsed the Guidelines.
Intellectual Property Department (HKSAR)
A basic primer for school teachers and administrators on copyright in education.
A general booklet on the protection of trade marks, patents, copyright, designs, plant varieties and the layout design of integrated circuits in Hong Kong.
- Frequently Asked Questions include tips on key issues relating to copyright in teaching and learning.
Education Bureau (HKSAR)
- FAQs on Copyright and Education (Chinese version only)
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