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Celebrate 30 years of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 with our resources, events and insights.

Resources, news, events and insights - everything you need to know about Copyright.

Copyright in Conversation

Nick and Naomi discuss the top copyright issues

Copyright Tips

Managing copyright in a global environment

Copyright Legislation

How CILIP has helped shape the law

Copyright fact sheet

Overview of copyright and recommended resource

Copyright: fifty shades of risk

Supporting the role of copyright related risk in the workplace.

Copyright Conference 2020

30 April 2020
The Annual CILIP Copyright Conference provides a unique and important chance for you to update your knowledge about crucial copyright and licensing related issues and developments. It also provides an invaluable forum for in-depth presentations by UK-leading experts, informed debate and networking opportunities.

An active network for everyone working in academic (HE and FE) or research libraries. With branches nationwide, you’ll always have a network in your area.

Debate and knowledge sharing on all aspects of information literacy. You’ll find members from a variety of sectors from schools, colleges and universities through to public libraries and health!

Supporting all users and developers of electronic information resources with publications, seminars and workshops, including the e-journal eLucidate and a comprehensive series of factsheets.

Supporting the professional interests of everyone in commercial, legal and scientific workplace libraries and information services, including those specialising in patent and trade mark information.

“Being a member of my professional association has brought immeasurable benefits"
Liz Jolly,
Director of Student and Library Services, Teesside University

"CILIP membership was the thing that really got me going as a new professional"
Hannah Smith

"What do you think are the most significant challenges facing the HE sector are today?"
Nick Poole

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