SACE Board Copyright and Intellectual Property Policy
The SACE Board respects the copyright of others and recognises its responsibilities under the Commonwealth of Australia Copyright Act 1968. SACE Board publications are also protected under the Copyright Act 1968.
The SACE Board's Copyright and Intellectual Property Policy sets out the policy principles and protocols governing the use and reproduction of SACE Board copyright material by others, including the royalties that apply for the use and reproduction of SACE Board copyright material and the circumstances in which royalties may not apply. Please refer to this policy before submitting an application to use or reproduce SACE Board copyright material.
- Download the SACE Board Copyright and Intellectual Property Policy [DOC 148KB]
Please note, this policy is subject to change without notice.
SA Government Copyright Policy
The SACE Board's Copyright and Intellectual Property Policy is in addition to the copyright statement of the South Australian Government:
- Copyright on this website is owned by the Government of South Australia.
- Copyright in the material included on this website is either owned by or licensed to the Government of South Australia. Copyright in the material provided by the Government of South Australia agencies and instrumentalities and non-government organisations belongs to those agencies and organisations.
- Apart from any use permitted by the Copyright Act 1968, the Government of South Australia grants visitors to the website a licence to download, display, print and reproduce this material for private use or use within your organisation, for non-commercial purposes only.
- No licence to publish, communicate, modify, commercialise or alter this material is granted. For reproduction or use of the Government of South Australia's copyright material beyond this limited licence, permission must be sought from the relevant agency or instrumentality of the Government of South Australia, as identified in the relevant web page.
- That permission, if given, will be subject to conditions that will include a requirement that the copyright owner's name and interest in the material be acknowledged when the material is reproduced or quoted, either in whole or in part. No permission to reproduce or use the Government of South Australia's copyright material, other than that expressly stated above, is to be implied by the availability of that material on this website.
- Trade marks used in this website are the property of their respective owners.
SACE Board of SA publications are protected under copyright law. Written permission is required if you wish to reproduce its material, except as permitted by the Commonwealth of Australia Copyright Act 1968.
It is a breach of the Copyright Act 1968 (the Act) to publish SACE Board copyright material without permission. Where an individual/organisation has breached the requirements of the Act by publishing SACE Board copyright material without permission, the SACE Board reserves the right to impose a penalty upon the organisation. Please refer to section 3.2 of the SACE Board Copyright and Royalty Policy.
Please refer to the SACE Board Copyright and Royalty Policy before submitting an application to use or reproduce SACE Board copyright material. Fees may apply to the use or reproduction of SACE Board Copyright material.
Please read the Frequently asked questions for further information.
Please see below for information on using and reproducing SACE Board copyright material.
South Australian Subject Teacher Associations
The SACE Board supports South Australian subject teacher associations in their professional development and learning support for teachers and students of SACE subjects. Please complete the application form [DOC 91KB or PDF 123KB].
Applications are to be submitted along with a copy of the intended publication to the Knowledge Management Officer in either printed or PDF format via the contact details on the application form.
For all other reproduction
Your application should include the following:
- your completed application form [DOC 91KB or PDF 123KB];
- a copy of the SACE Board material you wish to use as it will appear in your intended publication;
- a copy of the SACE Board material you wish to use as it appears in its original publication, including the title page, imprint page and any acknowledgement pages.
Applications are to be submitted to the Knowledge Management Officer in either printed or PDF format via the contact details on the application form.
Frequently asked questions
Can students and teachers copy SACE Board material without permission?
Yes, but only for study purposes and classroom use.
Can I copy documents or parts of documents from the SACE Board website and use them in my own publication, which I intend to distribute?
No. Please download an application form [PDF 123KB] to use SACE Board copyright material and send it to the Knowledge Management Officer. Fees may apply. Phone the Knowledge Management Officer if you have any questions.
How long does it take to process a request?
Your request will be answered as quickly as possible, but submit your application early, and allow three to five weeks for processing.
Can the SACE Board give me permission to use material that is acknowledged to somebody else in its publication?
No. You must apply directly to the copyright owner of that material.
Can I place a link on my website to a past examination paper or subject outlines on the SACE Board website?
You may link to the SACE Board website provided you do not link directly to a PDF file, but to the page on which that file is made available. For instance, you should link to the page on which all past examination papers for a particular subject appear, where a warning has been placed about copyright implication.