Student work

Student work is generally the intellectual property of the student creator, and it should only be used as a course material with permission from the creator.

Students generally own copyright in the materials they create while students at UNSW.

The current UNSW Intellectual Property Policy states that UNSW does not assert copyright in works created by students unless the work consists of teaching materials, the work has been assigned to UNSW by the student, the work has been jointly developed with UNSW staff or the work is subject to an existing agreement between UNSW and a third party.

Because students generally own the work they create, student work should not be used in electronic course materials without permission from the student who created the work.

Specific information about other electronic course materials:

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