Icepops 2019: Draft Programme

Please note that the programme is still in draft format and is subject to change. Abstracts for the talks will be added shortly and the programme will also be available to download in PDF format.

Wednesday 26th June 2019

9am Registration and coffee available from the South Halls Venue, Edinburgh

9.45am: Opening remarks from Co-Chairs: Chris Morrison and Jane Secker

9.50am: Welcome to Edinburgh: Melissa Highton, Director of Learning, Teaching and Web Services, University of Edinburgh

10.00-10.45: Keynote 1: Simon Anderson, Director of Publishing, The Audio Network, Stop me if you think that you’ve heard this one before.

10.45-12.30: Copyright Education World Café – Hosted by Kate Vasili and Monique Ritchie. Speakers include:

  • Marion Kelt, Glasgow Caledonian University – It came from inner space son of GCU online copyright advisor …..
  • Kat Sundsbø, University of Essex – Open Access Escape Room: Creating OA engagement through an interactive adventure game
  • Catherine Parker and Kate McGuinn, University of Huddersfield – Are you Game to help researchers unravel the complexity of Open Access?
  • Sabine Jacques, University of East Anglia – Intangible: the intellectual property game
  • Greg Walters, University of Glasgow – Cluedo can’t solve the mystery of Copyright in relation Information literacy, but this resource might help
  • Kyle Courtney, Harvard University – Unlocking 20th Century Literature: Controlled Digital Lending for In-Copyright Material
  • Neil Sprunt, University of Manchester – Three…that’s the magic number. Copyright online resources for staff, students and researchers.
  • Chris Jones, Reading University – PowerPlay: using custom slide shows to choose your own adventure
  • Jeff Izzo, California State University Northridge – The Wheel of (Mis)Fortune
  • Jane Secker and Chris Morrison, UK Copyright Literacy –  Launch of Publishing Trap v.2

12.30-13.00 Pecha Kucha talks

  • Rachel Scanlon, Bodleian Library, Oxford and Charlotte Evans, University of Manchester – Getting by with a little help from your friends  (The benefits of copyright communities of practice)
  • Karen McAulay, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland – Silence in the Library: from Copyright Collections to Cage
  • Ruth Mallalieu and Amy Haworth, University of Sheffield – From Discovery to Communicating: Creating copyright citizens
  • Denes Legeza, Hungarian Intellectual Property Office – How to Teach Clearly Which Rights Are Managed by CMOs
  • Claire Sewell, University of Cambridge – Nobody Puts Copyright in the Corner: How to Tell Them What They Don’t Want to Know About Copyright

13.00-14.00: Lunch and networking

14.00-14.30 Keynote 2: Stephanie (Charlie) Farley, University of Edinburgh, Make and release – embedding practice through play.

14.30-15.15: Board game Jam led by Charlie Farley

15.15-15.30 Afternoon tea

15.30-16.15:   Lightning talks

  • Clare Lane, UCLan – Tempting Teachers to Turnup
  • Janet Burgess, University of Glasgow – Fear-Free Music!
  • Debbie McDonnell, British Council – Introducing Copyright – All Together Passionately
  • Matt Lambert, British Library – The Orphan Works Saga (A Brexit Story)
  • Kyle Courtney, Harvard University – Text and Data Mining on Both Sides of the Atlantic
  • Stephen Penton, City, University of London – Copyright and performing: a difficult balance?
  • Maryam Fakouri, University of Washington – First Comes Coffee: Brewing Partnerships between Scholarly Communication and Teaching Librarians

16.15-17.00: Plenary closing panel: Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, Chair of IFLA Information Literacy Standing Committee and Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Stephen Wyber, IFLA Manager of Policy and Advocacy: Train the Trainer, Spread the Word: Looking to Library Associations as Copyright Literacy Multipliers

17.00-17.15 Closing remarks: Chris Morrison and Jane Secker

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7.30pm – late: Evening social event with food, drinks and musical entertainment – Teviot Row House, Edinburgh. Further details coming soon but any delegates with musical talents should get in touch if they would like to contribute to the evening.

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Thursday 27th June 2019

10am and 12pm Optional tours of St Cecilia’s Hall, Georgian Music Hall

12-2pm Meeting of the international copyright literacy community with lunch (more details and separate booking coming soon)