Presenting at the ALT Summer Summit

Copyright is like a hot potato
Chris demonstrating that copyright makes us feel like the thrower (and receiver) of a hot potato (© Sam Morrison 2020)

We were really pleased to run a panel discussion at the ALT Summer Summit earlier this week on Copyright in a Time of Crisis. We focused on the webinars we have been running since March 2020, and tried to do some reflections on what we’ve learnt. We invited an illustrious panel to join us including regular presenters on the webinars: James Bennett from the CLA and Dr Emily Hudson from King’s College London, as well as regular participant Lisa Moore from the University for the Creative Arts and our regular host, Martin Hawksey from ALT. Our slides from the session are now available online and we will be sharing the recording when it becomes publicly available.

It was great to be joined by a wider audience and most people at the Summit hadn’t attended one of our webinars before. However, copyright was clearly an issue that affected them in some way and we got some really interesting comments and questions which we will reflect on as we look to set up the ALT copyright and online learning special interest group (aka the CoOL Gang).

And in case you were wondering the photo is from one of the slides.

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