The Copyright Agency is making it even easier to use copyright-protected text and images.
We’ve developed a new online product called FLEX, which makes the task of preparing course reading material simpler and faster for librarians and educators. In the UK, librarians from nearly 80% of Further Education Colleges and Universities use a similar product.
Developed in partnership with librarians
FLEX has now been successfully trialed and adopted in libraries at many private education providers in Australia and is included as part of the Copyright Agency Statutory Education Licence.
A simple, online solution for sharing content and staying compliant
FLEX is a cloud-based tool that enables you to share content from a variety of sources including your own scanned extracts, scans of other institutions using FLEX, digital original files supplied by publishers and an on-demand scanning service.
- Automated copyright compliance management
The platform automatically verifies the compliance status of content you share, helping you stay within the allowable limits of the licence.
- Access to digital original files from major publishers
Allen & Unwin, Australian Academic Press, Bloomsbury Publishing, Cengage, CSIRO, HarperCollins, Kilbaha, McGraw-Hill, New South, Oxford University Press, Pearson, PsychOz, Wiley and Wolters Kluwer.
- Access to high-quality British Library scans
Source very high-quality scans of any of the 80m+ works from the British Library within 48 hours (fees apply)..
- Training and support
We provide support throughout onboarding with online support articles and webinars, and our team are available via chatbox and email.
- Easily assign content to students
FLEX allows you to easily distribute material to students through your online learning platform. Students can access the content links shared from any browser.
- Student engagement reporting
FLEX provides detailed usage reporting to show the number and duration of student views and other helpful analysis.
For more information, contact:
Senior Manager, Education Licensing
t (02) 9394 7644