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Darius Whelan and Louise Crowley                                     Faculty of Law, UCC                   Ionad Bairre Se...
Epigeum – Teaching andLearning with Technology -Class 5 – Developing Course       Content (2009)                    2
Open Educational Resources (OER) • Free and openly licensed educational materials that can   be used for teaching, learnin...
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What is Creative Commons?• Non-profit corporation based in California• Founded on notion that some people may not want to ...
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Advanced Search on Flickr……                              14
• To download picture, select Actions > View all  sizes• Choose the size you want and then choose  ‘download’             ...
Other sites with Creative Commons material• YouTube• Google Advanced Search – see ‘usage  rights’ section• Google Images A...
Important to attribute work• Samples from Slideshare                              17
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Copyright Review Committee             •Dr Eoin O’Dell, TCD             •Patricia McGovern, Solicitor             •Profess...
• Consultation Paper issued Feb. 2012• Examples of general questions raised:  – Does copyright law inhibit the work of inn...
• Paper also considers broadening Education  exceptions. See pp. 67-72.• Various sections of Act which refer to “research ...
• Paper considers Text Mining and Data Mining  – Data Mining: Establishing patterns in large data    sets  – Text mining: ...
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• Robert Clark, Shane Smyth and Niamh Hall,  Intellectual Property Law in Ireland, 3rd ed. (2010)• Legislation and Cases –...
Credits:                  Slide 2 – Epigeum Ltd.     Slide 17 – photo CC BY martinak15 from FlickrSlide 21 – CC BY NC SA E...
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Copyright Law in the Educational Context (Darius Whelan part)

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These slides are one half of a joint presentation made by Dr Louise Crowley and me at a Teaching and learning Seminar, University College Cork, November 2012.
This part was prepared and presented by me (Darius Whelan).
Video is available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPse4z6LLMk.

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  1. 1. Darius Whelan and Louise Crowley Faculty of Law, UCC Ionad Bairre Seminar, 8 Nov. 2012Copyright Law in the Educational Context Part 2 1
  2. 2. Epigeum – Teaching andLearning with Technology -Class 5 – Developing Course Content (2009) 2
  3. 3. Open Educational Resources (OER) • Free and openly licensed educational materials that can be used for teaching, learning and research • Supported, for example, by UNESCO • Various examples – MIT OpenCourseware; OER Commons; WikiEducator • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), including Coursera • Ireland – National Digital Learning Resources (NDLR) 3
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  7. 7. What is Creative Commons?• Non-profit corporation based in California• Founded on notion that some people may not want to exercise all of the intellectual property rights the law affords them.• Believes there is an unmet demand for an easy yet reliable way to tell the world "Some rights reserved" or even "No rights reserved."• Many people want to share their work - and the power to reuse, modify, and distribute their work - with others on generous terms.• Creative Commons intends to help people express this preference for sharing by offering the world a set of licenses on its site, at no charge.• UCC Law Faculty is Irish Partner• Website: www.creativecommons.org 7
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  14. 14. Advanced Search on Flickr…… 14
  15. 15. • To download picture, select Actions > View all sizes• Choose the size you want and then choose ‘download’ 15
  16. 16. Other sites with Creative Commons material• YouTube• Google Advanced Search – see ‘usage rights’ section• Google Images Advanced Search• Europeana• search.creativecommons.org 16
  17. 17. Important to attribute work• Samples from Slideshare 17
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  21. 21. Copyright Review Committee •Dr Eoin O’Dell, TCD •Patricia McGovern, Solicitor •Professor Steve Hedley, UCC 21
  22. 22. • Consultation Paper issued Feb. 2012• Examples of general questions raised: – Does copyright law inhibit the work of innovation intermediaries? – Should a broad fair use doctrine be adopted? – Should all of the exceptions permitted by the EU Copyright Directive be incorporated into Irish law? – Should a Copyright Council of Ireland be established? 22
  23. 23. • Paper also considers broadening Education exceptions. See pp. 67-72.• Various sections of Act which refer to “research or private study” could be amended to state “education, research or private study”• Paper considers possible new sections on – Illustrations for education – Distance learning – Use by educational establishment of work available through the internet 23
  24. 24. • Paper considers Text Mining and Data Mining – Data Mining: Establishing patterns in large data sets – Text mining: deriving high-quality information from text through means such as statistical pattern learning• Proposes specific exception for text mining and data mining 24
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  26. 26. • Robert Clark, Shane Smyth and Niamh Hall, Intellectual Property Law in Ireland, 3rd ed. (2010)• Legislation and Cases – 3 UCC sites: – www.bailii.org – www.irlii.org – www.irishlaw.org 26
  27. 27. Credits: Slide 2 – Epigeum Ltd. Slide 17 – photo CC BY martinak15 from FlickrSlide 21 – CC BY NC SA Eoin O’Dell; UCC Faculty of Law; DFMGsolicitors.ie This slide – photo CC BY dbrekke from Flickr 27
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