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  • 1. Review of the new CLA Higher Education Licence Open Day - Talis Aspire Digitised Content 17 March 2014 Meghan Mazella Licence Auditor This presentation © 2014 by The Copyright Licensing Agency Ltd. All Rights Reserved. It is hoped that this presentation provides a helpful overview to the copyright and the use of copyright material. It is not intended to constitute legal advice and should not be relied on as such.
  • 2. Summary  CLA refresher  New rights and repertoire  Why copy from Digital Material?  US scanning repertoire  Title Search  Managing and reporting Digital Copies  CLA HE website
  • 3. About CLA  a licensing body as defined by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, with a legal mandate to perform collective licensing on behalf of copyright owners  owned by the Authors Licensing and Collecting Society (ALCS) and the Publishers Licensing Society (PLS)  agency agreement with the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS)  reciprocal agreements with 35 similar organisations overseas  global mandates with 20 publishers
  • 4. … all of which mean that CLA is authorised to license still text and images from print and digital material published in the UK and many overseas territories.
  • 5. New rights and repertoire Photocopying and scanning from print material As before Copying and re-use of paid-for digital material (NB ‘Comprehensive’ Licence) Now available to all HEIs Copying and re-use of free-to-view UK website content New!
  • 6. About Digital Material Paid-for Digital Material  For example, e-books, e-journals  Includes content taken from aggregator platforms Free-to-view website material  Free-to-view, but may not be free to copy (check terms and conditions)
  • 7. Why copy from Digital Material?  One set of terms and conditions applies across all of CLA’s repertoire – no need to check primary licence agreements each time  Removes any uncertainty around unstable links for future access  Where a primary licence agreement is held, users are free to choose whether to copy under this or the CLA Licence  Permits use for commercial research purposes  Permits the making of multiple printouts
  • 8. US Scanning Repertoire  Change in CLA’s agreement with CCC (all sectors, not just HE)  Repertoire for scanning must now be opted in on a title level, rather than automatically included unless specifically excluded (as previously)
  • 9. CLA Title Search If you need to check for licence coverage, we recommend using our Title Search http://he.cla.co.uk/complying-with-your-licence/what-can-be- copied/title-search/ BETA Title Search http://permissions.cla.co.uk/searchbeta.html
  • 10. Reporting Digital Copies  From print or paid-for digital – via digital copy record form on or around June 15  From free-to-view website content – if your HEI is selected for a Data Collection Exercise (survey), via our web-logging tool  New reporting and management procedures from 1 August 2014
  • 11. Other things to note  Continued discussions with UUK/GuildHE on some points:  Collection of NCB data  Works that become excluded during a Course of Study  Overseas campus based students  Reporting of dis-embedded images  Extent limits of poems, plays, anthologies  Automatic RPI indexation
  • 12. he.cla.co.uk  User Guidelines  One-page notice  Guide to Managing and Reporting Digital Copies  Role-specific guidance
  • 13. Contact Us! Shanti Shah Licensing and Data Administrator (Education) education.customers@cla.co.uk 020 7400 3122 General enquiries, invoicing, changes to account details, requests for support materials Joanne Crocker Data Collection Co-ordinator joanne.crocker@cla.co.uk 020 7400 3181 Enquiries regarding Data Collection Exercises or the administration of any data recording Sarah Brear Development Manager – Higher and Further Education sarah.brear@cla.co.uk 020 7400 3133 Technical enquiries, requests for workshops and site visits
  • 14. Thank you for listening. Any questions?

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