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  1. page Copyright & Liturgies or Worship edited ... PO Box 345 MIRBOO NORTH VIC 3871 ... 5664 9245 Fax: (03) 5664 9249 Website: www.freel…
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    "Frank Hardcase": An Animation about Music Piracy for Primary/Secondary Students
    The Frank Hardcase animation is the part of a Crime Stoppers Australia initiative against music piracy. The video features animated character Frank Hardcase as an investigative journalist whose light hearted but insightful reports provoke students to think about the effects of the illegal file sharing of music.
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    "Music for Free?": A Teaching Resource for Secondary Students
    "Music for Free?" is a learning and teaching resource which explores the ethics of illegal file sharing. It is a self contained teaching unit which consists of student activity sheets, guidelines for teachers on providing additional advice, assessment suggestions and a list of resources on teacher references, books and websites. It forms part of the Values for Australian Schooling resource series.

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Wednesday, June 25

  1. page Copyright & Liturgies or Worship edited According to the APRA Performance Agreement Grant of Rights: Subject to the terms set out in t…
    According to the APRA Performance Agreement Grant of Rights:
    Subject to the terms set out in this agreement, APRA grants a non-exclusive licence to each Participating School to perform in public all APRA Works:
    (a) for the educational purposes of the Participating School:
    (i) at the Participating School; or
    (ii) at any event connected with the activities of the Participating School;
    (b) for the purposes set out in the Co-Curricular Licence between Roadshow Films Pty Ltd and the Licensee; and
    (c) for the purposes of providing music-on-hold at the premises of each Participating School.
    What does this mean for Catholic Schools who wish to use hymns/liturgical music for educational purposes?
    The APRA Performance Licence will cover you for:
    Performances for educational purposes at the school or at events connected with the activities of the school. This covers the majority of performances at the school including assemblies, presentation evenings (even when held off the school grounds and admission isn’t charged), and concerts by students or background music to school events such as sports days, open days or fetes.
    It also covers use of hymns/liturgical music for educational purposes.
    Schools may also reproduce sheet music within specified limitations: please see further information about this on the APRA/AMCOS site.
    Please note: 3 artists (John Burland, Michael Mangan and Andrew Chinn) have opted out of this licence. This means that you must purchase a licence from each of them in order to upload any of their music to a password protected intranet/learning management system. Performance is still permissable without this licence.
    All other music may be uploaded onto a password protected intranet/learning managment system for the purposes of education. It is best practise to upload only the specific songs required, and to remove them once they are no longer being used. Uploading music 'just in case' it may be used is not covered by any licence.
    WHEN IS A SPECIAL “CHURCH MUSIC” LICENCE REQUIRED BY A SCHOOL(S)?
    Schools must purchase a specific licence from organisations such as Word of Life International, Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) or LicenSing Online in order to reproduce the lyrics of hymns/liturgical music - in booklets, powerpoints etc.
    This is the only type of licence schools need to purchase.
    For reproduction of lyrics of songs not included in the databases of these organisations (including secular/popular music) permission must be sought from the copyright holder of the song. Contact AMCOS/APRA in this case.
    An extremely helpful and detailed overview of how copyright works with relation to Liturgical Music in schools is available for download from the Australian Pastoral Musicians Network here.
    Specific licences for the reproduction of Church music may be obtained from organisations below. The hyperlink will take you to the licencing page:

    Word of Life International
    PO Box 345
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    Many Catholic Schools across Australia already purchase one or other of the available “Church Music” Copyright licences. Also it should be remembered that each licensing organisation may have a different repertoire of licensed works.
    Specialist advice on liturgical music issues can be obtained from the Australian Copyright Council on (02) 9318 1788. The Australian Copyright Council provides copyright advice and sells a range of guides, including a guide for Churches. Their web site is: http://www.copyright.org.au
    According to the APRA Performance Agreement Grant of Rights:
    Subject to the terms set out in this agreement, APRA grants a non-exclusive licence to each Participating School to perform in public all APRA Works:
    (a) for the educational purposes of the Participating School:
    (i) at the Participating School; or
    (ii) at any event connected with the activities of the Participating School;
    (b) for the purposes set out in the Co-Curricular Licence between Roadshow Films Pty Ltd and the Licensee; and
    (c) for the purposes of providing music-on-hold at the premises of each Participating School.
    What does this mean for Catholic Schools who wish to use hymns/liturgical music for educational purposes?
    The APRA Performance Licence will cover you for:
    Performances for educational purposes at the school or at events connected with the activities of the school. This covers the majority of performances at the school including assemblies, presentation evenings (even when held off the school grounds and admission isn’t charged), and concerts by students or background music to school events such as sports days, open days or fetes.
    It also covers use of hymns/liturgical music for educational purposes.
    Schools may also reproduce sheet music within specified limitations: please see further information about this on the APRA/AMCOS site.
    Please note: 3 artists (John Burland, Michael Mangan and Andrew Chinn) have opted out of this licence. This means that you must purchase a licence from each of them in order to upload any of their music to a password protected intranet/learning management system. Performance is still permissable without this licence.
    All other music may be uploaded onto a password protected intranet/learning managment system for the purposes of education. It is best practise to upload only the specific songs required, and to remove them once they are no longer being used. Uploading music 'just in case' it may be used is not covered by any licence.
    WHEN IS A SPECIAL “CHURCH MUSIC” LICENCE REQUIRED BY A SCHOOL(S)?
    Schools must purchase a specific licence from organisations such as Word of Life International, Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) or LicenSing Online in order to reproduce the lyrics of hymns/liturgical music - in booklets, powerpoints etc.
    This is the only type of licence schools need to purchase.
    For reproduction of lyrics of songs not included in the databases of these organisations (including secular/popular music) permission must be sought from the copyright holder of the song. Contact AMCOS/APRA in this case.
    An extremely helpful and detailed overview of how copyright works with relation to Liturgical Music in schools is available for download from the Australian Pastoral Musicians Network here.
    Specific licences for the reproduction of Church music may be obtained from organisations below. The hyperlink will take you to the licencing page:

    Need more information?
    Specialist advice on liturgical music issues can be obtained from the Australian Copyright Council on (02) 9318 1788.
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  2. page Copyright & Liturgies or Worship edited There are a number of Statutory Licences and free exceptions in Copyright law in Australia that al…
    There are a number of Statutory Licences and free exceptions in Copyright law in Australia that allow schools to play and reproduce music for the purposes of teaching and learning.
    Most permissions granted to schools governing the use and reproduction of lyrics/music are dependent upon several conditions:
    the use is solely for educational purposes
    the audience of any performance may not include any members outside of students and teachers
    Although in many cases the use of hymns and liturgical music is a part of school life, music played in churches and worship services is not covered by the Educational Copyright legislation. In addition, the presence of parents, special guests or parishioners at any Mass or Liturgical Celebration proves problematic under copyright.
    Worship licences for the reproduction of Church music may be obtained from organisations such as Word of Life or Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI).
    Which organisation from which you choose to purchase the licence is dependent upon which songs you use, and which organisation licences them.

    Word of Life International
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    Box 345 Mirboo North
    MIRBOO NORTH
    VIC 3871
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    5664 9245
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    Christian

    Fax: (03) 5664 9249
    Website: www.freelink.com.au
    Licence required:
    Annual Restricted Copy Licence
    Christian
    Copyright Licensing
    Licensing
    International (CCLI)
    PO Box 6644 Baulkham Hills BC, NSW 2153
    Ph: 1800(02) 9894 5386 or
    1800
    635 474
    www.ccli.com.au
    Word

    Website: www.ccli.com.au
    Licence required:
    Schools Copyright Licence

    LicencSing Online
    Contact Monica O'Brien
    Email: australia@licensingonline.org
    Telephone: (02) 9948 3957
    Licence required:
    School Music Reproduction Licence
    Many Catholic Schools across Australia already purchase one or other
    of Life International
    www.freelink.com.au
    Two licences
    the available “Church Music” Copyright licences. Also it should be remembered that schoolseach licensing organisation may consider purchasing
    the Annual restricted licence
    the Annual
    have a different repertoire of licensed works.
    Specialist advice on liturgical
    music copy licence
    In most cases, schools will require
    issues can be obtained from the Annual restricted licence.
    This licence allows the words/lyrics
    Australian Copyright Council on (02) 9318 1788. The Australian Copyright Council provides copyright advice and melody line to be reproducedsells a range of guides, including a guide for overhead transparencies, digital data projection and song sheets etc.
    The following copyright notice must be shown at
    Churches. Their web site is: http://www.copyright.org.au
    According to
    the bottomAPRA Performance Agreement Grant of Rights:
    Subject to
    the reproduced work, "Used with permission, Word of Life International Licence number ...........".
    The composer and copyright owner must also be shown near
    terms set out in this agreement, APRA grants a non-exclusive licence to each Participating School to perform in public all APRA Works:
    (a) for
    the titleeducational purposes of the song/ hymn.
    The licence holder must own
    Participating School:
    (i)
    at least one published copythe Participating School; or
    (ii) at any event connected with the activities
    of the song lyrics to takeParticipating School;
    (b) for
    the words from.
    This reproduction permission is limited to those songs on
    purposes set out in the WordCo-Curricular Licence between Roadshow Films Pty Ltd and the Licensee; and
    (c) for the purposes
    of Life database. To check if a song is on the database, you can access a searchproviding music-on-hold at http://www.freelink.com.au/wolstart.htm
    Cost:
    Under 500 students attending school: AUD$137.50
    Over 500 students attending school: AUD$274.80
    If a school has a choir or band that uses sheet music, they may consider purchasing
    the Annual music copy licence:
    This licence grants the right
    premises of each Participating School.
    What does this mean for Catholic Schools who wish
    to copyuse hymns/liturgical music only for choirs and musicians i.e. full score music, guitar chords, choral harmonies etc.educational purposes?
    The copies made under this licence are not to be projected in any wayAPRA Performance Licence will cover you for:
    Performances for educational purposes at the school
    or form for congregational use.
    The title, composer and publisher must be listed
    at events connected with each hymn reproduced.
    The following copyright notice must appear directly beneath each page of music copied - "Used with permission, Word of Life International Licence number ............
    These copies can only be made providing 2 copies
    the activities of the music are owned byschool. This covers the licence holder.
    Cost:AUD$185.35
    Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI)
    www.ccli.com.au
    There is one main licence that schools may consider purchasing.
    In most cases, schools will require
    majority of performances at the Church Copyright Licence.
    This licence grants
    school including assemblies, presentation evenings (even when held off the right to:
    print songs, hymns
    school grounds and lyrics in bulletins, programsadmission isn’t charged), and song sheets
    create your own customized songbooks
    concerts by students or hymnals (bound or unbound)
    create any format whereby song lyrics are visually projected (such
    background music to school events such as overhead transparenciessports days, open days or PowerPoint slides)
    arrange, print and copy your own arrangements (vocal and instrumental) where no published version is available.
    record your worship services (audio or video) provided you only record live music. Accompaniment tracks cannot be reproduced. You may charge up to $5 each for audiocassette tapes and CDs, and $15 each for videotapes and DVDs
    There are two conditions which apply:
    every reproduced version
    fetes.
    It also covers use
    of a Song must display the full and correct song title, writer and copyright notice e.g.: "Hallelujah", words andhymns/liturgical music by John Smith and Mary Doe © 1975 John Smith Music Co. Used By Permission. CCLI Licence #__
    For a song to be reproduced under the Church Copyright Licence, the song copyright owner (Catalogue) must be on the Authorised Catalogue List – which
    for educational purposes.
    Schools
    may be accessed at http://www.ccli.com.au/licences/church-copyright-licence/authorized.cfm
    Cost:AUD $102-$592 depending
    also reproduce sheet music within specified limitations: please see further information about this on school population. http://www.ccli.com.au/licences/church-copyright-licence/cost.cfm
    WORD OF LIFE AND CCLI LICENCES DO NOT COVER THE PUBLIC PERFORMANCE /PLAYING OF MUSIC – THEY RELATE ONLY TO THE REPRODUCTION OF THE LYRICS AND/OR SHEET MUSIC.
    HOWEVER:
    You do not require an APRA licence (for
    the playingAPRA/AMCOS site.
    Please note: 3 artists (John Burland, Michael Mangan and Andrew Chinn) have opted out
    of the musical work) orthis licence. This means that you must purchase a PPCA licence (for the playingfrom each of the sound recording) if you wishthem in order to play a CD or some other type of commercial sound recording of a musical work within a service of worship.
    Frequently asked questions:
    I have purchased a CD
    upload any of religioustheir music which I want to play in Church/liturgical events,a password protected intranet/learning management system. Performance is still permissable without this allowed?
    I want to transfer religious
    licence.
    All other
    music from CDsmay be uploaded onto iPods and usinga password protected intranet/learning managment system for the iPods to play music in Church/liturgical events,purposes of education. It is this allowed?
    I want
    best practise to hand out a few pages withupload only the words to some well known hymns at the next school prayer meeting, is this allowed?
    In all of these cases, the normal copyright provisions relating
    specific songs required, and to remove them once they are no longer being used. Uploading music 'just in case' it may be used in educational settings do not apply. Therefore unless the school has purchased the appropriate licence (as described above), this is not allowed. Ensure your school purchasescovered by any licence.
    WHEN IS A SPECIAL “CHURCH MUSIC” LICENCE REQUIRED BY A SCHOOL(S)?
    Schools must purchase
    a specific licence and renews it each year!
    I am teaching religion and
    from organisations such as Word of Life International, Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) or LicenSing Online in order to reproduce the class is studying different typeslyrics of worshiphymns/liturgical music and religious history. Can I play worship music from CDs and my iPod- in class to my students?
    As this music
    booklets, powerpoints etc.
    This
    is being used for teaching purposes, and the only people present willtype of licence schools need to purchase.
    For reproduction of lyrics of songs not included in the databases of these organisations (including secular/popular music) permission must
    be teachers and students, this is allowed undersought from the Copyright Act, Section 28 (Performance In Class). Please ensurecopyright holder of the music has not been downloaded directly from the iTunes store, assong. Contact AMCOS/APRA in this musiccase.
    An extremely helpful and detailed overview of how copyright works with relation to Liturgical Music in schools
    is not permitted to be playedavailable for download from the Australian Pastoral Musicians Network here.
    Specific licences
    for educational use.
    I want to copy
    the CDsreproduction of religiousChurch music and storemay be obtained from organisations below. The hyperlink will take you to the music files on the school network server, so that teachers can access different hymns as they require and I can keep the CDs in good condition and not risk losing them. Is this allowed?
    No. Under no circumstances can music be reproduced into a digital format and be shared across a computer network. There are no provisions that allow for this in any setting.
    licencing page:
    Need more information?
    Specialist advice on liturgical music issues can be obtained from the Australian Copyright Council on (02) 9318 1788.
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Thursday, June 19

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    This wikispace has been developed to provide fast and easy access to a range of high quality resources to assist teachers and students develop a clearer understanding of Copyright, Creative Commons and other licences. It also aims to provide a 'one stop shop' for finding digital materials that may be used in the creation of multimedia and information on how to correctly acknowledge their use.
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