ALISS AGM 2016: Copyright : keeping legal and advising our users. June 21st, Senate House, London
CLA Licensing and New Developments, James Bennett Head of Rights and Licensing, Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA).
Gave an overview of the UK legislation regarding copying for education and research, and demonstrated how CLA’s growing range of services are designed to simplify copyright for content users. These include CLA’s partnership with the British Library to deliver the EHESS service, and CLA’s Second Extract Permissions Service for HEIs. He also provided an update on CLA’s Digital Content Store (DCS).
Copyright and Risk in the Rewind Project , Theresa Morley – Heritage Project Officer at Leonard Cheshire Disability Archive discussed the practical aspects of managing copyright issues within the HLF South East funded project – Rewind: Seven decades of stories from Leonard Cheshire Disability. The project involves digitising photographs, films and oral histories and creating an online exhibition space for people with disabilities to explore the history of the charity. She looked at the impact of copyright issues on choosing materials from the archive and the strategy towards ‘risk’ in putting materials online and using them in workshops with people with disabilities. Read a paper on the project in Aliss Quarterly.
Developing an Online Copyright Course, Philippa Hatch (Copyright and Licensing Support Manager) and Ella Mitchell (Education Support Manager) from Imperial College London, spoke about their experience of creating an online copyright course for PhD students, part of a developing portfolio of support services for researchers. See a copy of the presentation.https://ukcopyrightliteracy.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/hatch-and-mitchell-greenwich-copyright-talk-em.pdf