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  • 1. IPR Lessons Learned Some Issues and Solutions OER Showcase, London, 23 July 2010 79 Slide 1 of 12
  • 2. Hi! • Jason Miles‐Campbell JISC Legal Service Manager • jason.miles‐campbell @jisclegal.ac.uk • 0141 548 4939 • www.jisclegal.ac.uk Slide 2 of 12
  • 3. IPR and OER • Issues: • Complexities of CC interrelations • Unintended consequences • Ownership of academic IPR • Taking decisions for others • How to ask for everything for nothing • OER with tears – crying into your patchwork quilt • OER without tears – the future Slide 3 of 12
  • 4. e 1 Understanding the CC Licences Issu • A learning curve for projects, creators  and rights holders • The “not quite CC” syndrome Solution • Education and changing perceptions • Understanding CC as permissions • Understanding CC compatibilities etc Slide 4 of 12
  • 5. e 2 The Patchwork Quilt Issu • A world of rich content and bright  lights...  often means many licences Solution • Accepting limitations • Changing approach to development • Encouraging open, simple licensing Slide 5 of 12
  • 6. e 3 Any Storm in a Port? Issu • Ported v unported licences • Over focus on jurisdiction Solution • Recognising the audience • Improved understanding of CC Slide 6 of 12
  • 7. e 4 Let’s Get Risqué! Issu • Altruism, anarchy, openness,  transparency, copyright = copywrong Solution • Recognition of IPR risk in OER • A low risk threshold? • Champion risk‐free resources Slide 7 of 12
  • 8. e 5 Yours, Mine, and Minefields Issu • Ownership of IPR in academic work • Denial, and sensitivities Solution • Senior management buy‐in • Staff and student buy‐in • A diplomatic approach to OER Slide 8 of 12
  • 9. e 6 Asking the World... Issu • Getting third party permissions • The world isn’t changing fast enough Solution • Getting buy‐in (not just legal) • Accept limits / alter current approach • Wait Slide 9 of 12
  • 10. OER Without (Legal) Tears • Copyright isn’t going to change much • Acceptance of the legal reality • Be mindful of tensions and sensitivities • Avoidance of complex licensing • Focus on using useful building blocks • Wait for the creative world to change Slide 10 of 12
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