Do you want to use texts or images from a book or a webpage for your teachings, but you don’t know, whether this copyrighted material can be used in your classes? Or how you could protect your own work from being copied?
On this page we have gathered some information about the use of copyrighted material and hope, that you will find some legal hints, that you can apply for your own situation. Please note that the information on this page is not legally binding, but for information only.
"Is it allowed to digitise an artistic photo without the consent of the author?", "Can a university put photographs in which students are recognisable on its website?", "What is a publishing contract?", "I have received a warning from a lawyer because I used a picture on my website. What can I do?"
If you are working for a Swiss Higher Education Institution and already came across questions like these, CCdigitallaw.ch is the right place for you:
DICE is a SWITCH AAA project lead by the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI), the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ) and the University of Geneva (UNIGE).
DICE aims at providing support to teaching and non-teaching staff of Swiss Higher Education Institutions in copyright management of digital content for e-learning.