NWLP - a quick introduction to using other people’s stuff

323 views
179 views

Published on

Delivered to the North Wales Libraries Partnership Copyright Workshop on 30 January 2014 at the University of Bangor, by Jason Miles-Campbell of Jisc Legal.

Published in: Education, Travel, Sports
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
323
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide (click ‘Apply’ to change only the currently selected slide, or ‘Apply to All’ to change the footers on all slides).To change the image on this slide:Click once on the image to select it, and then delete itDrag a replacement picture to the placeholder or click the icon in the centre of the placeholder to browse for & add another imageOnce you have added your replacement image, you may need to put it into the background so that it doesn’t cover other items on the slide. Do this by right-clicking on the new image and choosing ‘Arrange’ > ‘Send to Back’ from the contextual menu
  • Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide (click ‘Apply’ to change only the currently selected slide, or ‘Apply to All’ to change the footers on all slides).To change the images on this slide:Click once on an image to select it, and then delete itDrag a replacement picture to the placeholder or click the icon in the centre of the placeholder to browse for & add another imageOnce you have added your replacement image, you may need to put it into the background so that it doesn’t cover other items on the slide. Do this by right-clicking on the new image and choosing ‘Arrange’ > ‘Send to Back’ from the contextual menu
  • `
  • Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide (click ‘Apply’ to change only the currently selected slide, or ‘Apply to All’ to change the footers on all slides).To change the images on this slide:Click once on an image to select it, and then delete itDrag a replacement picture to the placeholder or click the icon in the centre of the placeholder to browse for & add another imageOnce you have added your replacement image, you may need to put it into the background so that it doesn’t cover other items on the slide. Do this by right-clicking on the new image and choosing ‘Arrange’ > ‘Send to Back’ from the contextual menu
  • Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide (click ‘Apply’ to change only the currently selected slide, or ‘Apply to All’ to change the footers on all slides).
  • Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide (click ‘Apply’ to change only the currently selected slide, or ‘Apply to All’ to change the footers on all slides).
  • Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide (click ‘Apply’ to change only the currently selected slide, or ‘Apply to All’ to change the footers on all slides).To change the images on this slide:Click once on an image to select it, and then delete itDrag a replacement picture to the placeholder or click the icon in the centre of the placeholder to browse for & add another imageOnce you have added your replacement image, you may need to put it into the background so that it doesn’t cover other items on the slide. Do this by right-clicking on the new image and choosing ‘Arrange’ > ‘Send to Back’ from the contextual menu
  • Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide (click ‘Apply’ to change only the currently selected slide, or ‘Apply to All’ to change the footers on all slides).To change the images on this slide:Click once on an image to select it, and then delete itDrag a replacement picture to the placeholder or click the icon in the centre of the placeholder to browse for & add another imageOnce you have added your replacement image, you may need to put it into the background so that it doesn’t cover other items on the slide. Do this by right-clicking on the new image and choosing ‘Arrange’ > ‘Send to Back’ from the contextual menu
  • Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide (click ‘Apply’ to change only the currently selected slide, or ‘Apply to All’ to change the footers on all slides).
  • Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide (click ‘Apply’ to change only the currently selected slide, or ‘Apply to All’ to change the footers on all slides).
  • NWLP - a quick introduction to using other people’s stuff

    1. 1. 30 January 2014 Bangor A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff Copyright law made easy. Honest.
    2. 2. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Jason Miles-Campbell Jisc Legal Manager jason.miles-campbell@jisclegal.ac.uk 0141 548 4939 www.jisclegal.ac.uk 2
    3. 3. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 12/02/2014 Have you heard of Jisc Legal before? 1. Hello again, Jason 24%24% 24% 19% 2. Yes, fairly often 3. Yes, used occasionally 10% lo He l 5. What’s that, then? ag ai n, Ye Ja so s, Ye n fa s, ir l y us of ed te oc n ca Va sio gu na e ac lly qu ai W nt ha an t’s ce th at ,t he n? 4. Vague acquaintance 5
    4. 4. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 6 When it comes to copyright... 40% 1. I’m confident 36% 2. I’ve a fair idea 16% 3. I dabble 4% I’m 5. I hide in the toilet co nf id en I’v t e a fa ir id ea Id ab bl e Ia sk Ih ot id he e rs in th et oi le t 4. I ask others 4%
    5. 5. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 7 I paraphrase someone else’s work. In copyright terms... 63% 1. This is okay in all cases 2. This is okay if I give acknowledgement 4. I can hear the sirens already 5. I’m not sure 0% 4% 8% Th is is ok ay Th is in is al ok lc In as ay ee es if d Ig th iv e Ic e au ... an th he or ’s ar p. th .. e sir en s I’m a... no ts ur e 3. I need the author’s permission to avoid infringement 25%
    6. 6. North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 8 52% 20% 16% 0% 0% 4% 8% ye 2 ar .30 25 s fr pm ye o m a 50 rs f now ye ro m a 70 rs f now ye ro m ar s f no w ro Ev m en no lo w n I’m ger no … ts ur e How long until these slides go out of copyright? 1. 2.30pm 2. 10 years from now 3. 25 years from now 4. 50 years from now 5. 70 years from now 6. Even longer… 7. I’m not sure 10 A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff
    7. 7. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff Copyright, Libraries, Librarians and the Law » The new world – why comply? » What’s the challenge? » Copyright, decisions and risk » Jason’s Famous Copyright in One Slide » What’s in your copyright arsenal? » Eight quick top tips 9
    8. 8. 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 10
    9. 9. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 The Challenge... • The provision of resources to anyone, anytime, anywhere, wit h little or no notice 11
    10. 10. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014
    11. 11. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 The University of Bangor in Borneo The University of Bangor in Borneo 13
    12. 12. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff “ North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 14 ... the fact that our system of communication, teaching and entertainment does not grind to a standstill is in large part due to the fact that in most cases infringement of copyright has, historically, been ignored... ”
    13. 13. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 15 What’s Your Attitude to IPR? 48% Anarchist Boundaries need pushed Pragmatic, not pedantic Conservative and cautious 5. Strongly risk averse 6. Not sure 40% 4% 8% 0% 0% Bo un da An Pr ries ag ne arch m e is Co at ic d pu t , ns s er not hed va pe t iv d St e a ant ic ro n ng d c au ly ... ris k av er No se ts ur e 1. 2. 3. 4.
    14. 14. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 16 What’s Your Organisation’s Attitude to IPR? 44% Anarchist Boundaries need pushed Pragmatic, not pedantic Conservative and cautious 5. Strongly risk averse 6. Not sure 20% 4% 8% 12% 12% Bo un da An Pr ries ag ne arch m e is Co at ic d pu t , ns s er not hed va pe t iv d St e a ant ic ro n ng d c au ly ... ris k av er No se ts ur e 1. 2. 3. 4.
    15. 15. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 17 Do you have a mobile device with copyright infringing content with you? 38% 27% 23% 8% I’m Ic al lm yl aw ye r? w ai M tin ay gt be o . se e w De h. fin . ite ly Ye no s. t, gu v. ... 4% Ca n 1. Can I call my lawyer? 2. Maybe. 3. I’m waiting to see what button others press. 4. Yes. 5. Definitely not, guv. Honest.
    16. 16. Jisc Legal – Get Online Resources for Free! 23 January 2014 18 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)
    17. 17. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 What’s in your copyright arsenal? » Licences. Lots of them. › Some blanket, some standard, some bespoke, some ad hoc › Some easy to understand, some incomprehensible. » Statutory permitted acts 19
    18. 18. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Give Me What I Want, What I Really, Really Want Your search returned 56,139 media items - 0 meet your licensing requirements... 20
    19. 19. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff The Answer... Read the licence! North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 21
    20. 20. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 22
    21. 21. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Some Other Answers... Ss.38-40 Yippee, but... should not be supplied to more than one reader at substantially the same time and for substantially the same purpose. Payment of cost, declaration. Provide legitimate access (VLE, online)
    22. 22. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Understand your needs. 24
    23. 23. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Identify links/gaps between provision and needs 25
    24. 24. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Get senior management to understand. 26
    25. 25. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Negotiate. 27
    26. 26. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Educate yourself / lecturers / leaders. 28
    27. 27. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Educate students / users / readers. 29
    28. 28. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Promote the easiest to use resources 30
    29. 29. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Ask for feedback, provide support. 31
    30. 30. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Next Steps…? ba ck an St d ar sa ta yw co el nv Re l .. er . -w sa rit tio e n M a ... fe on w ito po rw Po lic ha i .. in ta t’s tt in he pl a. gu . y/ ga lo ... 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Go 1. Go back and say well done! 2. Start a conversation with management/leaders 3. Re-write a few policies and procedures 4. Monitor what’s in place already 5. Point at the guy/gal over there and say ‘his/her problem!’ 32
    31. 31. A quick introduction to using other people’s stuff North Wales Libraries Partnership, 30 January 2014 Your questions 33
    32. 32. 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. 34
    33. 33. Jisc Legal – Copyright and Scotland’s Colleges 29/08/2013 35

    ×