I Can’t Believe It’s not Icepops! Programme

Please note that the programme is below. Please see further details about the speakers including their abstracts.

All times are British Summer Time (GMT +1)

The conference will be held online, using Zoom and delegates need to register to receive the joining instructions.

Friday 25th June 2021


Pre-conference chat / icebreaker


Conference welcome from co-Chairs – Chris Morrison, University of Kent and Jane Secker, City, University of London. View Jane and Chris’s slides


Lightning talks 1  – View the recordings

·       Beth Pearce, International Baccalaureate – Managing Risk: Copyright Policy and Practice. View Beth’s Slides.

·       Helen Balfour, Murdoch University – Lost in Translation: Communicating the complexity of copyright for compliance at your university. View Helen’s slides

·       Irene Barranco Garcia, University of Greenwich, Teaching Copyright by Stealth. View Irene’s slides.

·       Leslie Lansman, Springer Nature – All Literary Works are Not Created Equal


World Café 1 – World Cafe Videos Resources

·       Hannah Pyman, University of Essex – Is play dough ‘virtually’ worthless? Delivering a hands-on session in an online format

·       Dina Martzoukou, Robert Gordon University – Maddie is Online’: The Copyright series. Ready to bang the gavel?

·       Claudy Op Den Kamp, Bournemouth University – Aaaaand…Cut! ‘Collagementary’ as a Creative (and IP) Learning Tool (Facilitator: Erica Wine)

·       Emily Hudson, Kings, College London, Studying Quotation Norms


Lunch room – grab your lunch and join us for informal Copyright Waffle!


Lightning talks 2 – View the recordings

·       Anita Walz, Virginia Tech (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) –  Copyright & OER “Lite”! An shortened introduction to copyright and open licenses for authors and curators who have sharing in mind. View Anita’s Slides

·       Kyle K. Courtney, Harvard University – Controlled Digital Lending 2.0: Less Licensing, More Preservation and Access

·       Monica VanDieren, Robert Morris University –  Learning through Gaming: finding a better understanding of copyright through play. View Monica’s slides

·       Jenny Greene, Bangor University – “Mission Impossible”? Copyright the card game … online? .. interactive?… in Welsh? View Jenny’s Slides


World Café 2 – World Cafe Videos and Resources

·       Kat Sundsbo, University of Essex – The Open Access Mystery

·       Will Cross, NC State University Libraries – Scribbling in the Margins of the Scholarly Communication Notebook for More Playful and Open Copyright Instruction 

·       Emilie Algenio, Texas A&M University Libraries – Have a Thirst for Adventure? Travel the Uncharted Path of Teaching Copyright to Archivists

·       Kathy Anders, Texas A&M University Libraries – Composing Copyright: Negotiating Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons in the Creation of a Composition OER


Conference wrap up and close

Evening social:

In keeping with the spirit of Icepops we are planning a fun evening social you can find out more about this exciting event open to all.

Join us from 8pm for an informal online karaoke session. Sing a solo, sing a duet, sing in a group! No special talent required or just join to listen to the fun!