Kathryn writes: If you have played Copyright the Card Game or The Publishing Trap, you’ll know that Chris and Jane … More
The Spanish Version of the Publishing Trap is in process.
This is a guest post by Dora Sales and Alessandra Farné of the Universitat Jaume I, Spain Before the COVID-19 … More
Icepops bookings are open!
We’re absolutely delighted to announce that the bookings for Icepops 2022 are now open. We’re running this as an in-person … More
Look back at (I Can’t Believe it’s Not) Icepops!
With thanks to Greg Walters, who has written this post about last week’s online conference: (I Can’t Believe its Not) … More
Copyright Dough: a game to teach, and bring discussion, about copyright licences and exceptions
Today’s guest blog post is from Hannah Pyman who is an Information Literacy Co-ordinator at the University of Essex. Within … More
CILIP Copyright Training in January 2020
We are delighted to be running two half day workshops based on Copyright the Card Game for CILIP on Monday … More
Moz Fest 2019: openness, games, copyright literacy and artificial intelligence
In just over a week we will be running a workshop at MozFest (the Mozilla Festival) which is taking place … More
Icepops Conference 2019 – Learning how to play the game
Last week was Icepops, the International Copyright Literacy Event with Playful Opportunities for Practitioners and Scholars. Chris and I certainly … More
Announcing the Icepops 2019 programme
We are delighted to announce that the Icepops 2019 draft programme is now available and bookings are open. We received … More
Announcing Icepops 2019 at the University of Edinburgh: copyright, creativity and music!
We are delighted to announce that the second edition of the Icepops conference will be held at the University of Edinburgh … More