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Copyright and Risk in the Rewind Project - Theresa Morley

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presentation by Theresa Morley Heritage Project Officer Leonard Cheshire Disability at ALISS AGM 2016

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Copyright and Risk in the Rewind Project - Theresa Morley

  1. 1. Theresa Morley Heritage Project Officer Leonard Cheshire Disability Copyright and Risk in the Rewind Project
  2. 2. The Rewind Project An HLF South East funded project to give people connected with Leonard Cheshire Disability an opportunity to learn more about the history of the charity and it’s place in disability history through photographs, film clips, and documents/journals. Concentrated on 7 LCD services in the South East: • Over 500 photographs • Archive films and oral histories • Entire run of the ‘Cheshire Smile’ – in-house journal • Workshops within LCD services to create new oral histories and engage people with archive material • Website exhibition space to highlight themes and provide access
  3. 3. Photographs • Just because you hold the ownership of material doesn’t mean you hold the copyright • Initial selection based on how the photograph related to the project, not on whether we held copyright • Not everything will be published online, but all photographs selected have been digitised for preservation purposes • Copyright statements included in embedded metadata and descriptive metadata
  4. 4. Film Clips • Around 21 films to be digitised (preservation) • Clips from films to be published online • BFI – owners but not copyright holders • Le Court Film Unit – copyright holders – Brian Line and Nick Dance • Licencing from media outlets – News reports and the BBC • Multiple copyright holders
  5. 5. Cheshire Smile Run of in-house journals from 1953-1999 Residents hold copyright (early years) – not LCD • Poems, stories, photos, illustrations + cartoons • Paul Hunt, Louis Battye articles • No record of copyright ownership • Adverts – can we publish them?
  6. 6. Risk Strategy • Low-risk project in terms of copyright • Contacted many major copyright-holders before digitisation • Creative Commons – – Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 Generic – (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) • Workshops and new oral histories (exemptions and copyright clearance forms) • Take-Down policy
  7. 7. • Copyright for Archivists: – http://www.archives.org.uk/ara-in-action/publications/copyright-issues-for- archivists.html – Padfield, T. (2015) Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers. 5th ed. London: Facet. • Intellectual Property Office – gov.uk – https://www.gov.uk/topic/intellectual-property/copyright • Wellcome Trust takedown policy and guidance – http://wellcomelibrary.org/about-this-site/copyright-clearance-and-takedown/ • Victoria Stobo – written a lot around copyright in archives
  8. 8. • About the project: – https://www.leonardcheshire.org/about-us/history/rewind • LCD Archive Flickr: – https://www.flickr.com/photos/lcdarchive/ • LCD Archive Twitter: – https://twitter.com/lcdarchive • LCD Youtube: – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNyGrMAotJRm90M4Fox7qpA – Le Court Film Unit films and sample oral histories
  9. 9. Theresa Morley – Heritage Project Officer – theresa.morley@leonardcheshire.org / 01283 760088 Stephanie Nield – LCD Archivist – stephanie.nield@leonardcheshire.org / 01283 763951 Annie Ward – Heritage Project Manager – annie.ward@leonardcheshire.org / 020 3242 0305

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