Today’s blog post is re-posted from the Copyright Literacy at Kent blog where I wrote a short reflection on my … More
Illustration for Instruction and the UK Higher Education Sector
Chris writes: In this post I summarise the findings from my masters research which I’m currently developing into a journal … More
Understanding the value of the licensing in the higher education sector
Last year myself, Chris and Elizabeth Gadd undertook a piece of research commissioned by the Universities UK / GuildHE Copyright … More
UUK / GuildHE (late) Copyright Summer Event – bookings now open
On the 9th September the UUK / GuildHE Copyright Negotiation and Advisory Committee (CNAC) will be organising their annual Copyright … More
WIPO study on (digital) copyright issues in Higher Education
As part of IFLA’s advocacy work at the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), they are looking to get responses to … More
Copyright Transfer Agreements = Copyright Confusion? Some thoughts on our recently published research
We are delighted to receive a blog post from Alex Kohn and Jessica Lange, … More
Copyright Literacy Survey of LIS Students: collecting data for 2018
A year ago we collected some data for the COLIS Survey, which examined the levels of knowledge that Library and … More
Copyright and audiovisual materials: an E-CHARMing story!
Since May 2017 we have been working with Lisa Jeskins on a really interesting piece of research commissioned by Learning … More
Copyright literacy and LIS students: a new survey is launched!
The International Copyright Literacy team have launched a new multi-national survey, this time focusing on Library and Information Science (LIS) … More
Learning on Screen need your help!
Learning On Screen is the new name for the British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFVC). The e-CHARM project is … More