Please note the final programme is now confirmed. Delegates can download a PDF version.
Two tours of the Bodleian library and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History Library will be available on the morning of Friday 9th September at 10am and 11am. Registered delegates will be invited to book a place on these. We will also organise an informal evening meet up on Wednesday 7th September for any delegates arriving early.
Thursday 8th September 2022
9am Registration and coffee available
9.45am: Welcome: Speaker TBC
10-10.30am Icebreaker and opening remarks from Co-Chairs: Chris Morrison and Jane Secker
10.30-11.30: Keynote 1: Emily Hudson, King’s College London. The Pastiche Exception in Copyright Law.
11.30-11.45 Coffee Break – poster presentation by Greg Walters, University of Glasgow: Figuring out the Puzzle of Copyright Literacy during and after COVID 19 at the University of Glasgow.
11.45-12.45: Lightning Talk 1 (7 x 8 mins) – View abstracts from lightning talks
|Julie Murray, CLA.||CLA Copyright Literacy initiatives|
|Bartolomeo Meletti, Learning on Screen / CREATe||Copyright and Fair Practice in Film Education|
|Priya Haria and Yvette Howley, The Open University||Research Support and Intellectual Property Partners in Copyright|
|Matthew Lambert, The British Library||The Writing Is on the Wall – Providing copyright Information for British Library Readers|
|Ramona Mattisson and Aprile Clark, Lund University, Sweden||A fork in the road – why CC BY?|
|Deborah Ferns, University of Strathclyde||Engaging Students with Copyright at Strathclyde|
|Kate Vasili, Middlesex University||There’s no such word as ‘can’t’ or at least it’s a maybe not during a crisis.|
12.45-14.00: Lunch and networking
14.00-15.00 Keynote 2: Andrea Wallace, University of Exeter and Douglas McCarthy, Europeana Foundation. ‘Hawking Hogarth: the future of open access to digital collections in the UK.’
15.00-16.15 Copyright Education World Café (8 mins X 8) (with tea and coffee). Hosted by Chris Morrison and Jane Secker – View abstracts and speakers from World Cafe
|Stephen Wyber, IFLA||Aux armes, librarians! Building a copyright advocacy bootcamp|
|Chris Jones, University of Reading||With a pinch of Pepper: parody, pastiche and a pictorial index of copyright cases|
|Christine Daoutis, University of Surrey and Nicola Avery, The University of Law||Monkeys, cheese and lightsabers: a brief introduction to copyright|
|Rachel Scanlon, Bodleian Libraries, Oxford||Games Workshop – Creative Commons Citations|
|Ollie Bridle, Radcliffe Science Library, University of Oxford||Twine for the Labyrinth: Guiding researchers through open access publishing|
|Lisa Redman, Intellectual Property Office||The IP Education Framework|
|Kyle K Courtney||Controlled Digital Lending: the next chapter|
|Helena Djurkovic, ERA||ERA streaming services: the BBC Shakespeare Archive Resource and Video Streaming Platform.|
16.15-17.15: Panel Discussion: Stephen Wyber, Kyle K Courtney, Emily Hudson, Douglas McCarthy, Andrea Wallace: The Copyright Jedi convention.
17.15-17.30 Wrap up and close
19.30: Evening social event at Backseat Becky’s with food, drinks and music!