Making the minefield manageable. Honest.
2April 2014
London
Licensing.
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
Jason Miles-Campbell
jason.miles-campbell@jisclegal.ac.uk
0141 548 4939
www.j...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
Have you heard of Jisc Legal before?
1. Hello again, Jason
2. Yes, fairly oft...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
When it comes to copyright...
1. I’m confident
2. I’ve a fair idea
3. I dabbl...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
I paraphrase someone else’s work.
In copyright terms...
1. This is okay in al...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
How long until these slides
go out of copyright?
1. 2.30pm
2. 10 years from n...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
Do you have a mobile device with copyright
infringing content with you?
1. Ca...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
»The changing landscape:
› greater awareness
› business model
protection
› pe...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
Copyright in One Slide
11
» Copyright controls copying and other ‘restricted ...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
What’s in your copyright arsenal?
» Licences. Lots of them.
› Some blanket, s...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 13
The Challenge...
• The provision of resources to
anyone, anytime, anywhere...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 14
Give MeWhat IWant,
What I Really, Really Want
Your search returned 56,139 ...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 15
The Problem...
• No compulsory licensing
• No compulsory terms
• No contro...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 16
The Answer...
• Publishers need customers
• Negotiation
• Standardisation
...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
In relation to current provision:
1. We have a good handle on
the relevant li...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
With regard to partnerships
1. We’re clear as to when sharing is
permitted in...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 19
Understand your
needs.
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 20
Identify links/gaps
between provision and
needs
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 21
Get senior management
to understand.
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 22
Negotiate.
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 23
Educate yourself /
lecturers / leaders.
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 24
Educate partners /
users / readers.
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 25
Promote liberal use
resources
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 26
Ask for
feedback, provide
support.
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014
Next Steps…?
1. Go back and say well done!
2. Start a conversation with
manag...
JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 28
Your questions
Jisc Legal – Copyright and Scotland’s Colleges 29/08/2013 29
This work, with the exception of logos, and any other content...
Jisc Legal – Copyright and Scotland’s Colleges 29/08/2013 30
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    1. 1. Making the minefield manageable. Honest. 2April 2014 London Licensing.
    2. 2. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 Jason Miles-Campbell jason.miles-campbell@jisclegal.ac.uk 0141 548 4939 www.jisclegal.ac.uk 2 Jisc Legal Manager
    3. 3. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 Have you heard of Jisc Legal before? 1. Hello again, Jason 2. Yes, fairly often 3. Yes, used occasionally 4. Vague acquaintance 5. What’s that, then? 512/04/2014 Hello again,Jason Yes,fairly often Yes,used occasionally Vague acquaintance W hat’sthat,then? 8% 23% 12% 35% 23%
    4. 4. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 When it comes to copyright... 1. I’m confident 2. I’ve a fair idea 3. I dabble 4. I ask others 5. I hide in the toilet 6 I’m confident I’ve a fairidea IdabbleIaskothers Ihide in thetoilet 0% 22% 4% 35% 39%
    5. 5. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 I paraphrase someone else’s work. In copyright terms... 1. This is okay in all cases 2. This is okay if I give acknowledgement 3. I need the author’s permission to avoid infringement 4. I can hear the sirens already 5. I’m not sure 7 Thisisokay in allcases Thisisokay ifIgive ... Ineed the author’sp... Ican hearthe sirensa...I’m notsure 4% 77% 12% 0% 8%
    6. 6. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 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 8 2.30pm 10 yearsfrom now 25 yearsfrom now 50 yearsfrom now 70 yearsfrom now Even longer… I’m notsure 0% 0% 0% 19% 14% 43% 24%
    7. 7. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 Do you have a mobile device with copyright infringing content with you? 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. 9 Can Icallm ylaw yer? M aybe. I’m w aitingto see w h.. Yes. Definitelynot,guv. ... 0% 29% 43% 19% 10%
    8. 8. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 »The changing landscape: › greater awareness › business model protection › pervasive technology, and access 10 » Motivators › it’s the law › confidence › example › reputation and trust › quality Why comply? I came, I saw, I right-clicked…
    9. 9. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 Copyright in One Slide 11 » 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)
    10. 10. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 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 inconsistent and incomprehensible. »Statutory permitted acts 12
    11. 11. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 13 The Challenge... • The provision of resources to anyone, anytime, anywhere, wit h little or no notice
    12. 12. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 14 Give MeWhat IWant, What I Really, Really Want Your search returned 56,139 media items - 0 meet your licensing requirements...
    13. 13. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 15 The Problem... • No compulsory licensing • No compulsory terms • No controls on price • Uncertainty as to business model
    14. 14. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 16 The Answer... • Publishers need customers • Negotiation • Standardisation • Adaptability (non-reliance)
    15. 15. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 In relation to current provision: 1. We have a good handle on the relevant licences 2. We’re good on the main, standard licences 3. We have limited knowledge of our provision’s licences 4. I’m not sure 17 W e have a good hand.. W e’re good on the m a... W e have lim ited kno... I’m notsure 19% 4% 26% 52%
    16. 16. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 With regard to partnerships 1. We’re clear as to when sharing is permitted in most cases 2. We’re clear as to when sharing is permitted in some cases 3. We share and hope it’s okay 4. We don’t share, to be on the safe side 5. Not sure 18 W e’re clearasto w he... W e’re clearasto w he... W e share and hope it’... W e don’tshare,to be... Notsure 12% 31% 31% 15% 12%
    17. 17. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 19 Understand your needs.
    18. 18. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 20 Identify links/gaps between provision and needs
    19. 19. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 21 Get senior management to understand.
    20. 20. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 22 Negotiate.
    21. 21. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 23 Educate yourself / lecturers / leaders.
    22. 22. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 24 Educate partners / users / readers.
    23. 23. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 25 Promote liberal use resources
    24. 24. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 26 Ask for feedback, provide support.
    25. 25. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 Next Steps…? 1. Go back and say well done! 2. Start a conversation with management/leaders 3. Re-write some guidance and procedures 4. Monitor what’s in place already 5. Point at the guy/gal over there and say ‘his/her problem!’ 27 Go backand sayw ell... Startaconversation ... Re-w rite som e guidan.. M onitorw hat’sin pla.. Pointatthe guy/galo... 0% 0% 0% 100% 0%
    26. 26. JIBS Licensing Workshop London, 2 April 2014 28 Your questions
    27. 27. Jisc Legal – Copyright and Scotland’s Colleges 29/08/2013 29 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.
    28. 28. Jisc Legal – Copyright and Scotland’s Colleges 29/08/2013 30

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