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Wed, April 25
9:00 am

Registration and refreshments

 

10:00 am

Welcome

 

Naomi Korn
10:10 am

Keynote presentation

 

Josie Fraser
10:40 am

It’s time to talk about rights retention and researcher copyright: how the UK-SCL can help

Chris and Torsten will outline the work they have been leading to bring the Harvard Model Open Access Policy to the UK – the UK Scholarly Communications Model Policy and Licence. They will describe how the model works in the UK policy environment, and will set this in the context of copyright and rights retention by academics.

Chris Banks, Dr Torsten Reimer
11:05 am

Lightning talk – Five exceptional minutes

Alan will be emphasising the flexibility of the exceptions in the 1988 Copyright Designs and Patents Act, encouraging schools and colleges (and HE as well) to become more risk aware rather than risk averse. He will also highlight that Collective Management Organisations are not mentioned by name in the Act, nor is there any necessity for their licences to be taken out. There are alternatives.

Alan Rae
11:10 am

Refreshments

 

11:40 am

UK Copyright Policy developments: a view from the Government

Over the past five years copyright policy in the UK has undergone a number of changes. But it is not over yet as there are more in the pipeline both as a result of proposals in the Digital Single Market copyright reform programme and potentially as a result of Brexit. This presentation will give an overview of what changes may be likely in the future.

Dr Ros Lynch
12:05 pm

Lightning talk - Key top tips on clearing rights in moving images

The aim of this talk is to highlight some of the most important issues to consider when dealing with copyright in moving images and to offer practical advice.

Corinna Reicher
12:10 pm

Panel discussion

 

12:35 pm

Lunch

 

1:35 pm

Welcome back

 

Naomi Korn
1:40 pm

CILIP Copyright Presentation

 

Ayub Khan
1:55 pm

Managing licences & contracts: a law firms perspective

 

2:20 pm

Organisational governance of information assets – copyright in context

From her cross sector perspective, Carol will explore how copyright policy and practice has developed as part of the wider information security and data protection now firmly rooted in the digital agenda.

Carol Tullo
2:45 pm

Lightning talk - Libraries and rights clearance: a square peg in a round hole?

As part of the British Library’s Save Our Sounds Project, the library is hoping to clear the rights in 100,000 recordings. This lightning talk will touch on the rights clearance methodologies underpinning this ambitious goal.

Benjamin White
2:50 pm

Refreshments

 

3:20 pm

Managing copyright in an international organisation working in the educational and cultural sectors

Debbie was the first Intellectual Property Manager at the British Council. In 2012 65% of staff felt the IP skills in their team were inadequate; now 77% of staff are confident in their understanding of copyright issues. She will share the short term wins and longer term strategies used in the first five years to increase awareness of the importance of copyright and improve management of copyright amongst staff in the UK and around the world.

Debbie McDonnell
3:45 pm

A day in the life of a copyright/licensing expert

Copyright advisors get involved with a huge variety of different debates and discussions ranging from individuals looking for guidance on how to use other people’s content, to liaising with publishers over accessible text requests, and to advising senior management implementing new IP policies. Alex will explore what a typical day in his working life might look like as he works with people across campus.

Alex Fenlon
4:10 pm

Panel discussion

 

4:35 pm

Closing remarks

 

Naomi Korn
4:40 pm

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