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Open Knowledge in Higher Education (OKHE) - session 2


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Session 2 of OKHE, part of the PG Cert in HE at The University of Manchester. Course materials available openly at

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Open Knowledge in Higher Education (OKHE) - session 2

  1. 1. Open Knowledge in Higher Education PG Cert in HE #okhe okhe Facilitated by Katy Woolfenden, Sam Aston & Chris Millson
  2. 2. Speakers for Friday 19 February 2016 Neil Sprunt Beccy Shipman Mike Taylor Scott Taylor
  3. 3. Copyright at the University of Manchester Policy, support and process By Neil Sprunt Copyright Guidance Service, University of Manchester
  4. 4. How we evolved…? By José-manuel Benitos (Own work) [GFDL (], Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license.via Wikimedia Commons
  5. 5. • University web pages • Blackboard (VLE) • Software licensing • Publications Infringement happens…
  6. 6. Our guidance… • Ownership of IP/Copyright • Using other peoples stuff – teaching, research… • Best practice • Finding free stuff
  7. 7. Who owns what? • Student work? • Teaching materials? • Scholarly work? • How do you protect your work?
  8. 8. Online content… its free to view on the web so it must be free to use… Copy and paste… Sharing is good… Work found at (
  9. 9. Support with teaching materials Getting permission Licences Fair dealing exceptions Free stuff
  10. 10. Online resource
  11. 11. Risk? Dangerous Risk Adrenaline Suicide by Fear of Falling (
  12. 12. The importance of structure Work found at (
  13. 13. Strategy Policies Procedures Tools Awareness/Guidance Pyramid of compliance
  14. 14. University of Manchester Copyright Operations Group (COG) Library General Counsel Media Services E-Learning UMIP TLSO Copyright Guidance Service
  15. 15. Policies and procedures • IP Policy • Copyright Policy • Publication Policy • Takedown procedures • OER guidance
  16. 16. Strategy COG Policies Copyright IP Publications Procedures Takedown OER guidelines Tools Online resources Awareness/Guidance Copyright Guidance Service Webpages Pyramid of compliance 2016?
  17. 17. What next? • Increased face-to-face training • Policy implementation • Online resource for students • Online resource for researchers
  18. 18. Website: Email: My email: Copyright Guidance Service
  19. 19. Approaches to Copyright within Higher Education Beccy Shipman University of Leeds
  20. 20. How do HEIs manage copyright? •Their own material •Third party content •Future challenges
  21. 21. Further information • Blog post by Charles Oppenheim about who owns the rights to scholarly articles - • Advice on text and data mining - copyright-exception • Harvard model open access policy - • The Society of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL) work on copyright - • The London Manifesto from Libraries and Archives Copyright Alliance, proposals for change to copyright - campaigns/copyright/london-manifesto
  22. 22. • Student in class - Tulane Public Relations 2002 CC-BY • Baby Reliance - Briar Press CC-BY-NC • Service Dog in Training - Crjs452 2010 CC-BY-SA • The Future – next exit - Buck 2009 CC-BY-SA • CC0 • CC0 • CC0 • CC0 • CC0 Images
  23. 23. Should science always be open? Mike Taylor Department of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol, UK —and— Index Data Aps, Copenhagen, Denmark @MikeTaylor
  24. 24. Slides available in PDF from Mike’s website
  25. 25. Social media and being “open” Scott Taylor, Research Services Librarian Fri 19th February 2016
  26. 26. [insert mind-boggling stats here]
  27. 27. “If you’re not paying, you’re the product.” Anonymous
  28. 28. Dar Meshi, Diana I. Tamir, Hauke R. Heekeren, The Emerging Neuroscience of Social Media, Volume 19, Issue 12, 2015, 771– 782,
  29. 29. Personal or professional?
  30. 30. Choosy or promiscuous?
  31. 31. Self-promotion or gaming?
  32. 32. Public or hidden?
  33. 33. Attract audience or self-sabotage?
  34. 34. On the clock or at home?
  35. 35. Authority in the field or imposter?
  36. 36. Online collaboration: Scientists and the social network, Richard Van Noorden, Nature, 13 August 2014 How scientists use social media to communicate their research, Laura Van Eperen, Francesco M Marincola, BioMed Central, 11 November 2011 Teaching , learning and sharing: how today’s higher education faculty use social media, Mike Moran, Jeff Seaman, Hester Tinti-Kane, ERIC, April 2011 So long social media: the kids are opting out of the online public square, Felicity Duncan, The Conversation, 2 February 2016 Internet Live Stats (website) Altmetric Explorer for Institutions (on campus access only) Altmetrics in the wild: using social media to explore scholarly impact, Jason Priem, Heather A. Piwowar, Bradley M. Hamminger, arXiv, 20 March 2012 Social Media in Academia, George Velentsianos, Taylor and Francis, 8 January 2016 Further reading