RSP/SUETr Copyright & IPR Workshop, Northampton 2008
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A presentation to accompany a workshop I devised and ran for the RSP project - http://www.rsp.ac.uk/ - and the SUETr project - ...

A presentation to accompany a workshop I devised and ran for the RSP project - http://www.rsp.ac.uk/ - and the SUETr project - http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/repositories/digirep/index/SUE_Training_Programme:_SUETr - in the UK. The workshop was designed to teach repository managers in the UK the basics of electronic copyright & IPR as it applied to their own work.

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    RSP/SUETr Copyright & IPR Workshop, Northampton 2008 RSP/SUETr Copyright & IPR Workshop, Northampton 2008 Presentation Transcript

    • Copyright, IPR and theInstitutional Repository University of Northampton, 28th October 2008 Stephanie Taylor UKOLN
    • Copyright + Electronic =
    • FEAR!
    • Ommmmm…
    • In a repository, this is multiplied …Managing the copyright interests of – The author/creator The copyright owner The users of the copyrighted material (with many and varied interests and statuses) The institution The re-publishing of material
    • In a repository, this is multiplied …Managing the copyright interests of – The author/creator The copyright owner The users of the copyrighted material (with many and varied interests and statuses) The institution The re-publishing of material
    • In short…Managing risk!
    • Ommmmm…
    • So, how do you manage?!
    • The law… Is a little helpful – it does provide a baseline of advice But, is often unhelpful, as it is interpretive and based on precedent. It’s slipperier than a very slippery thing(!)
    • What do you do? Deal with individual situations as they arise Look to guidelines not rules Cover your back!
    • Ommmmm…
    • The Smart IR Manager’s Guide to Copyright
    • A good takedown policy… Simple to implement, fast to use Make everyone aware of what is happening Liaise with key policy makers so they have input and buy in Understand the line of escalation for problems The aim is to diffuse any complaint and show you take the situation seriously
    • Know the flashpoints… Multiple authors Third-party copyright ownership Publishing works originally created for examination purposes changes the rules! Data protection issues with some material Multimedia – be aware of any “nested” material such as photos, sound files etc. that have different copyright permissions than the main item in which they are contained.
    • Know the flashpoints 2… Ownership of copyright on student work Ownership of copyright for academic research or other work Requirements of funding bodies and sponsors Re-use – clearly state ownership and re-use policy on all deposited items, even if you have an open-access policy
    • Ommmmm…
    • Ask For Help -RSP – we’re not just for technical problems…
    • Questions? Stephanie Taylor s.taylor@ukoln.ac.uk support@rsp.ac.uk