(       Copyright in        Universities    Andres Guadamuz                       )
(   Before we begin                      )
(   Copyright Basics                       )
(   Copyright is more than piracy                                    )
(   )
(   Copyright                                                         )    ⊛   Copyright flows “from the nib to the paper” ...
(   Myths                                                          )    ⊛   Does not require registration (although       ...
(   Originality                               )Idea              Expression
(   Academic works                     )
(   Academic outputs and IP                                                                  )                            ...
(   Teaching and research    cycle                          )        Publications   Textbooks                       Teachi...
(   Important academic    considerations                                     )    ⊛   Who owns your output?        ⊛   Tea...
(   Repositories                                                      )    ⊛   Institutional repositories for research and...
(   Open access                  )
(   Open science                                      )    ⊛ “Open science is the      application of open source      sof...
(   Science is open                      )
(   Open access                                                       )    ⊛   “Open access” (OA) is free online access.  ...
(   Types of open    access                                                  )    ⊛   "Green OA" is provided by authors   ...
(   OA success                                                      )    ⊛   Public Library of Science (PLoS)    ⊛   Direc...
(   Research Councils    UK                                              )    “The Research Councils are committed to the ...
(   Creative Commons                       )
(   Copyright royalty    exports (2002)      )
(   Copyright royalty    exports (2002)      )
(   Copyright royalty    exports (2002)      )
(   Copyright royalty    exports (2002)      )
(   Spectrum of rights                         )
(   Licensing elements    Attribution: Every CC licences allows the world to                                              ...
(   Types of licence                       )
(   Simple License Generator                               )
Human-Readable        Lawyer-Readable         Machine-Readable Commons Deed            Legal Code             Digital Code...
(   )
(   Concluding                 )
(   alguadamuz@innovatechnology.net    @technollama at Twitter    http://www.technollama.co.uk/     )
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  • Copyright in Universities

    1. 1. ( Copyright in Universities Andres Guadamuz )
    2. 2. ( Before we begin )
    3. 3. ( Copyright Basics )
    4. 4. ( Copyright is more than piracy )
    5. 5. ( )
    6. 6. ( Copyright ) ⊛ Copyright flows “from the nib to the paper” ⊛ Awarded to all original literary, musical, and artistic works. ⊛ Books, articles, film, pictures, presentations, speeches, amateur videos, lectures, sculptures, paintings, software. ⊛ International protection. ⊛ Lasts lifetime of the author +70 years
    7. 7. ( Myths ) ⊛ Does not require registration (although registration helps enforcement). ⊛ No need to place a © sign to claim work. ⊛ Infringement rarely carries criminal liability. ⊛ “Anything posted online is public domain”. ⊛ You can’t copyright a word or short phrase (but you can trademark it).
    8. 8. ( Originality )Idea Expression
    9. 9. ( Academic works )
    10. 10. ( Academic outputs and IP ) Other/No Copyright Patents Database right protection •Designs•Notes •Software •Brands•Publications •Biotechnology •Data •Materials•Reports •Processes •Databases •Plant varieties•Data •Methods •Genetic banks•Software •Data •STLTWP
    11. 11. ( Teaching and research cycle ) Publications Textbooks Teaching Research materials
    12. 12. ( Important academic considerations ) ⊛ Who owns your output? ⊛ Teaching materials ⊛ Published research ⊛ Learning objects ⊛ Is there a university-wide copyright policy?
    13. 13. ( Repositories ) ⊛ Institutional repositories for research and teaching materials. ⊛ Password protected - Intranet. ⊛ Self-archiving policy - BEPress, SSRN ⊛ Licensing policies
    14. 14. ( Open access )
    15. 15. ( Open science ) ⊛ “Open science is the application of open source software licensing principles and clauses to protect and distribute the fruits of scientific research.” Y.T.
    16. 16. ( Science is open )
    17. 17. ( Open access ) ⊛ “Open access” (OA) is free online access. OA literature is not only free of charge to everyone with an internet connection, but free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. OA literature is barrier-free literature produced by removing the price barriers and permission barriers that block access and limit usage of most conventionally published literature, whether in print or online.” Peter Suber
    18. 18. ( Types of open access ) ⊛ "Green OA" is provided by authors publishing in any journal and then self- archiving their postprints in their institutional repository or on some other OA website. ⊛ "Gold OA" is provided by authors publishing in an open access journal that provides immediate OA to all of its articles on the publishers website.
    19. 19. ( OA success ) ⊛ Public Library of Science (PLoS) ⊛ Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) lists 3,806 journals as of today. ⊛ High impact of OA publications: Harnard (2004) study found no difference in impact between OA and non-OA journals, but there is marked difference in impact from authors who self-archive (SSRN) and those who do not.
    20. 20. ( Research Councils UK ) “The Research Councils are committed to the guiding principles that publicly funded research must be made available to the public and remain accessible for future generations. Research Councils have agreed that over time the UK Research Councils will support increased open access [...]”
    21. 21. ( Creative Commons )
    22. 22. ( Copyright royalty exports (2002) )
    23. 23. ( Copyright royalty exports (2002) )
    24. 24. ( Copyright royalty exports (2002) )
    25. 25. ( Copyright royalty exports (2002) )
    26. 26. ( Spectrum of rights )
    27. 27. ( Licensing elements Attribution: Every CC licences allows the world to ) copy and distribute a work provided that the licensee credits the creator/licensor. The author may include these other elements: NonCommercial: licensees can use the work for non-commercial purposes. or No Derivatives: the work cannot be modified. ShareAlike: the work can be copied, modified and distributed if the author releases the derivative under the same licence.
    28. 28. ( Types of licence )
    29. 29. ( Simple License Generator )
    30. 30. Human-Readable Lawyer-Readable Machine-Readable Commons Deed Legal Code Digital Code( ) <a rel="license" href="http:// creativecommons.org/licenses/by/ 2.5/scotland/"> <img alt="Creative Commons License" style="border-width:0" src="http://i.creativecommons.org/ l/by/2.5/scotland/88x31.png" />                        </a> <br />This work is licensed under a <a rel="license" href="http:// creativecommons.org/licenses/by/ 2.5/scotland/">Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 UK: Scotland License</a>.
    31. 31. ( )
    32. 32. ( Concluding )
    33. 33. ( alguadamuz@innovatechnology.net @technollama at Twitter http://www.technollama.co.uk/ )

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