Last updated February 2015
What is copyright on our site:
The materials at this Site, as well as the organisation and layout of this Site, are copyrighted and protected by Australian and international copyright laws and treaty provisions as stated below. You may access and view materials on this Website solely for your personal use; No right, title or interest in any of the materials contained on this Site is transferred to you as a result of accessing such materials. You may not copy, modify, distribute, transmit, display, reproduce, publish, license any part of this Site; create derivative works from, frame in another website, use on any other website, transfer or sell any information obtained from this Site without the prior written permission of Teaching Treasures Publications.
All material and intellectual property of Teaching Treasures™ Publications is protected by the Australian Copyright Act 1968 (the Act), by international conventions and applicable law in other jurisdictions.
Except as permitted by the copyright law applicable to you, you may not reproduce or communicate any of the content on this website, including files from this website, without the permission of the copyright owner Teaching Treasures™ Publications.
Notices: You may not 'use' or 'hot link' our graphics or illustrations on another web page or website without written permission and if permission is granted, reference is required and a link to our website.
It has come to our attention that some membership educational website owners are framing our material behind secure areas of their sites. This practice violates our copyright. We place our unique educational material on our pages expressly for our customers only, not for other people and organisations to make profit. If you find our material linked or copied from a paid member area website please notify us.
Due to the ease of online copying of our website's educational material, illustrations and graphics, many owners of other website's including school website's have the misconception that they can simply copy and repost our material. This illegal practice devalues our website, as our site has unique content and when this unique material is used on other website's it no longer is unique. The search engines devalue our website, which means less traffic for us and less sales. Please think about who you defraud and hurt when you copy copyrighted intellectual property that does not belong to you.
For details of the CAL licence for educational institutions contact:
Copyright Agency Limited
Level 15, 233 Castlereagh Street
Sydney NSW 2000
For any further help on our copyright please email us.