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With the exception of certain copyright material that is owned by third parties, and subject to any contrary statement on the relevant material, you may use material on this website in accordance with a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 licence, provided that an appropriate acknowledgement is made and the material is not subjected to derogatory treatment. 

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The following copyright material can be used and reproduced in whole or in part for non-commercial educational purposes* in Australia until 30 June 2017:
Maths F-4, Footage 3: Nelson Maths calculator software, Cengage Learning Australia; Maths 5-8, Footage 1 and History F-4, Footage 7, 8 & 9: : Google map, Google 2011.
English 5-8: The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan, Hachette Australia.
History  F-4, Footage 2: In My Day, Dave Jones; History F-4, Footage 6 & 9: Photographs from the family album of Stan Seymour, Stan Seymour 2011;  History  F-4, Footage 9: Mapping Our Anzacs website, National Archives of Australia; History  F-4, Footage 9: Studio portrait of three soldiers, Australian War Memorial; History 5-8, footage 2, 3, 4, 5 6 & 10: Attack on settler's hut, National Library of Australia; History 5-8, Footage 8 & 9: Olympic Runner Cathy Freeman training, 1993, National Archives of Australia; History 5-8, Footage 9: TimeRime software, TimeRime; History 5-8, Footage 9:  Catherine Freeman aged ten years old, Catherine Freeman; History 5-8, Footage 9:  Cathy Freeman at the Commonwealth Games, 1994, Sport, the library; History 9-10, Using Wikis in the classroom: Heafner, T., & Friedman, A. (2008). Wikis and Constructivism in Secondary Social Studies: Fostering a Deeper Understanding. Computers in the Schools, Taylor & Francis Ltd;  History 9-10, footage 2: Mr Arthur Calwell with the Kalnins family - the 50,000th New Australian, National Archives of Australia; History 9-10, footage 2: 50,000th Dutch migrant, arrives in Australia aboard the SIBAJAK, National Archives of Australia; History 9-10, footage 2: Australia - land of tomorrow, National Archives of Australia.

*For the avoidance of doubt, such non-commercial educational purposes include the training of school and university staff to creatively integrate the use of ICT into school and university environments.

Apart from any other use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), all other rights are reserved.

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  • The Copyright Officer, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Location code C148CW2 
GPO Box 9880 Canberra ACT 2601
  • Or emailed to copyright@deewr.gov.au