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Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
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Getting online resources for free: What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?

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Presentation on use of OER and other online materials legally, delivered at the BETT Conference Technology in HE Summit, London, on 23 January 2014, by Jason Miles-Campbell

Presentation on use of OER and other online materials legally, delivered at the BETT Conference Technology in HE Summit, London, on 23 January 2014, by Jason Miles-Campbell

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    • 1. 23 January 2014 Get online resources for free What are the laws around open education resources, copyright and sharing content?
    • 2. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Jason Miles-Campbell Jisc Legal Manager jason.miles-campbell@jisclegal.ac.uk 0141 548 4939 www.jisclegal.ac.uk 2
    • 3. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Getting online resources for free Copyright, OERs, and the Internet for All » The new world – why comply? » Jason’s Famous Copyright in One Slide » What’s free? » Ten top tips » Sources of assistance and support 3
    • 4. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Why comply? I came, I saw, I right-clicked… » The changing landscape: › greater awareness › business model protection › pervasive technology, and access » Motivators › it’s the law › confidence › example › reputation and trust › quality 4
    • 5. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! “ 5 23 January 2014 ... the fact that our system of communication, teaching and entertainment does not grind to a a standstill is in large part due to the fact that in most cases infringement of copyright has, historically, been ignored... ”
    • 6. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 6 Copyright in One Slide » Copyright controls copying and other ‘restricted acts’ (copying, adaptation, transmission, dissemination etc) » You must own copyright, or have the permission of the copyright holder, in order to do the ‘restricted acts’ » A few education-relevant exceptions (and soon to be a few more)
    • 7. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 What’s free? » Something you can get without paying » Something you can use without paying » Something you can use without paying any more 7
    • 8. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 » Copyright is good! Facilitation, not Compliance » How to use other people’s stuff online » Confidence!
    • 9. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Look in the Pantry! » Find out what you’ve got before you go shopping – you’ve got ingredients already! » What do you own? » What licences do you hold?
    • 10. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Let Users Deal Fairly » Where circumstances and purposes allow, let users do it for themselves
    • 11. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 The Examination Creation » Exemption for examinations » Summative assessment
    • 12. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Licensed to Inspire » Licences are certain » Open licences » “Blanket” licences » Negotiating licences
    • 13. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Spread the Licence Word » Find out what licences you hold » Understand what they allow » Tell your staff » Jisc Legal resources
    • 14. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Get staff understanding » Change of focus » Having isn’t enough » Understanding reuse in the digital world
    • 15. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Ask! » Seeking permission isn’t always tough » Prepare for “no” and silence » Consider a central function
    • 16. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Copyright on the Agenda » Efficient, effective e-learning » Support and assistance » Clear ownership
    • 17. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 Born to Make You Happy » Sources of information and guidance » Who is it at your institution? » Jisc & Jisc Legal » Licence providers » Lots of help!
    • 18. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 18 Some top tools… » Google advanced search (settings –> advanced search) other search engines are allegedly available » Creative Commons search » Flickr » Xpert (Nottingham University)
    • 19. Jisc Legal – Copyright and Scotland’s Colleges 29/08/2013 This work, with the exception of logos, and any other content marked with a separate copyright notice, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence. Attribution should be “© Jisc Legal – www.jisclegal.ac.uk – used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence” (with clickable URLs where possible). The use of logos in the work is licensed for use only on non-derivative copies. Further information at www.jisclegal.ac.uk/CopyrightPolicy. 19
    • 20. Jisc Legal – Copyright and Scotland’s Colleges 29/08/2013 20

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