Let teachers focus on creativity
Featured on EducationCentral.co.nzTwo experienced principals say it’s important for schools to be fully licensed for copying creative work. Not only does having the available licences allow teachers more freedom to use a broad range of content, but it’s the right thing to do.
Author based in Dunedin / CLNZ Writers’ Award 2016 RecipientAward-winning New Zealand writer and photographer, Neville Peat is well underway researching and writing for his latest project “The Invading Sea” and says he couldn’t do it without the financial contribution he has received from Copyright Licensing New Zealand (CLNZ).
Principal at Onehunga High School, AucklandCopyright licences enable schools to access and share print, music and audio visual content, far beyond what is permitted by the Copyright Act. A fully licensed school has the freedom to read more, hear more and see more content and use it, legally.