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Slideshow from Naomi Korn of the Strategic Content Alliance to accompany workshop on intellectual property.

Slideshow from Naomi Korn of the Strategic Content Alliance to accompany workshop on intellectual property.

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  • Creative expressions, books, scripts, websites, photograghs, art works etc. Not designs and patents Rights owner or have agreement that CC as a end result Understand the flavours of licence. CC does not allow you to restrict anything that is already an exception or limitation e.g. educational use. Everyone has a relationship with the rightsowner, not person they are re-using work from and attribution should cover this. Expressed in 3 different formats: Commons Deed (human readable code) and metadata (machine readable code) CC = non exclusive therefore can have freely / or charge different party for Non-revocable- can change at any time but must honour any uses under time of CC- think about it carefully Specific- i.e. with website is just text and images or style-sheet and code? With music is it composition and sound recording? Make sure you have rights to all. Mark on licence i.e. text, video etc
  • Creative expressions, books, scripts, websites, photograghs, art works etc. Not designs and patents Rights owner or have agreement that CC as a end result Understand the flavours of licence. CC does not allow you to restrict anything that is already an exception or limitation e.g. educational use. Everyone has a relationship with the rightsowner, not person they are re-using work from and attribution should cover this. Expressed in 3 different formats: Commons Deed (human readable code) and metadata (machine readable code) CC = non exclusive therefore can have freely / or charge different party for Non-revocable- can change at any time but must honour any uses under time of CC- think about it carefully Specific- i.e. with website is just text and images or style-sheet and code? With music is it composition and sound recording? Make sure you have rights to all. Mark on licence i.e. text, video etc
  • Creative expressions, books, scripts, websites, photograghs, art works etc. Not designs and patents Rights owner or have agreement that CC as a end result Understand the flavours of licence. CC does not allow you to restrict anything that is already an exception or limitation e.g. educational use. Everyone has a relationship with the rightsowner, not person they are re-using work from and attribution should cover this. Expressed in 3 different formats: Commons Deed (human readable code) and metadata (machine readable code) CC = non exclusive therefore can have freely / or charge different party for Non-revocable- can change at any time but must honour any uses under time of CC- think about it carefully Specific- i.e. with website is just text and images or style-sheet and code? With music is it composition and sound recording? Make sure you have rights to all. Mark on licence i.e. text, video etc
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    • 1. The Strategic Content Alliance Managing IPR and Licensing Naomi Korn, SCA IPR Consultant
    • 2. Test Your Copyright Knowledge! www.jisc.ac.uk/contentalliance | Slide 10 June 2010 Courtesy of Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/21572939@N03/2090542246/
    • 3. Question 1.
      • James's library is hosting a community website
      • and a contributor has uploaded an image under a
      • Creative Commons Licence. A school wishes to
      • repurpose this image. Under which type of CC
      • licence will this NOT be possible?
      • A) CC BY NC ND
      • B) CC BY
      • C) CC BY SA
      • D) CC BY NC SA
      www.jisc.ac.uk/contentalliance | Slide 10 June 2010
    • 4. Question 2.
      • Celia’s archive is creating a community website.
      • A contributor has uploaded an image of a very old unpublished letter which her grandfather received from his wartime sweetheart. How long does copyright last?
      • A 70 years after the death of the author?
      • B 50 years after the death of her grandfather?
      • C Until the end of 2039?
      • D It is no longer in copyright?
      www.jisc.ac.uk/contentalliance | Slide 10 June 2010
    • 5. Question 3
      • Sophie wishes to digitise a work in copyright but she can't find
      • any information about who she should contact about getting
      • permission – what is the best approach?
      • A Use only a thumb nail of the image?
      • B Use the image, try and trace rights holders and use a disclaimer?
      • C Put a Creative Commons Licence Attribution Licence on it?
      • D Put a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Licence on it?
      www.jisc.ac.uk/contentalliance | Slide 10 June 2010
    • 6. Question 4.
      • A user has uploaded an infringing and obscene image on Ellis's website. What can his organisation do in the future to make sure that this does not happen again?
      • A Make sure that all content is available under a Creative Commons Attribution, Non Commercial No Derivative Licence?
      • B Moderate all content before it is posted and implement a Notice and Take Down Policy and Procedures
      • C Require all users to sign specific terms and conditions before they upload content
      • D Threaten users with fines if they don’t behave responsibly
      www.jisc.ac.uk/contentalliance | Slide 10 June 2010
    • 7.
      • Further information…
      www.jisc.ac.uk/contentalliance | Slide 10 June 2010 The “In from the Cold” report on orphan works and a complete range of free IPR and Licensing Tools are available from http://sca.jiscinvolve.org/ipr-publications/
    • 8. The Strategic Content Alliance
      • Thank you for listening
      • Any questions or comments?
      • For further information please contact us at…..
      • Naomi Korn
      • Strategic Content Alliance, IPR Consultant
      • [email_address]
      www.jisc.ac.uk/contentalliance | Slide 10 June 2010 That’s all folks!

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