Here is the standard text and basic layout for each of the five main types of attribution.
Material owned by South Metropolitan TAFE:
© South Metropolitan TAFE, [Year].
Material copied with permission of the copyright owner:
© Reproduced and made available for copying and communication by South Metropolitan TAFE for its educational purposes by [copyright owner].
Material copied under Creative Commons (content unchanged):
[Title of Work] by [Owner] is licenced under [Version of CC Licence [URL]. [CC Logo]
Material copied under Creative Commons (content amended - derivative works):
This work [“Title of Derivative Work”] is a derivative of [“Title of Original Work)”] by [Owner of Original Work]. [“Title of Derivative Work”] is licenced under CC BY SA [Version of CC Licence [URL] by [Owner of Derivative Work]. [CC Logo]
Material from the Library Licenced Databases:
No attribution required where a link to the original is provided. You may link to the entire item (article, ejournal, ebook). If uploading to eCampus, you must use Statutory Licence VB and limit to 10%.
Material copied under Statutory Licences VA (television and radio - off air recording) or VB (text and images):
Note: Use the APA reference format for third party content.
Copied under Part VA of the Copyright Act 1968.
Producer Surname, Initial. (Producers). ([Year]). Title. Place of production: Network.
Copied under Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968.
Author Surname, Initial. ([Year]). Title. Place of publication: Publisher.
Copyright Symbol. Retrieved from: