Icepops Programme 2023

Please note this programme is currently a draft and subject to changes:

Wednesday 19th July 2023 – Pre-conference

2.30pm Registration and refreshments

3-5.30pm E-lending and e-book workshop

  • Kenny Barr & Matteo Frigeri, CREATe, University of Glasgow – The law and economics of e-lending in Europe
  • Kyle K Courtney, Harvard University – Controlled Digital Lending and US e-book state laws

5.30pm Drinks reception with music, open to all delegates

7.30pm Evening social in West End pub (at own expense)

Thursday 20th July 2023 – Main Conference

9am Registration and coffee available

9.45am: Welcome: Martin Kretschmer, Director of CREATe, University of Glasgow

10-10.30am Icebreaker and opening remarks from Co-Chairs: Chris Morrison and Jane Secker

10.30-11.30am Keynote 1: Amy Thomas, University of Glasgow, What copyright can learn from games.

11.30-11.45am Coffee Break

11.45-13.00pm Copyright Education World Café (10 mins X 6) (with tea and coffee).

James Bennett, Copyright Licensing AgencyA Copyright Booster Shot – CLA’s Copyright Essentials for Educators
Neil Sprunt and Charlotte Evans, University of ManchesterOur Friends in the North – the ALN Copyright and Research Resource
Jess Napthine-Hodgkinson, University of ManchesterCultivating Creative Commons Cognisance in Colleagues – CC education for PgCert HE participants
Rachel Scanlon, Bodleian Libraries, University of OxfordPlaying in the Open: The Creative Commons Attribution Game
Chris Morrison and Jane Secker, copyrightliteracy.orgIntroducing the Learning on Screen Code of Best Practice
Prof Emily Hudson, King’s College LondonThird Party Copyright and Open Access
Kerry-Jane Packman, Learning on ScreenEngaging with Learning on Screen services for teaching
Kyle K Courtney, Harvard UniversityAI and Comparative US Fair Use
Tim Riley, University of AberdeenOptimism or anxiety? Engaging with the university community to create a copyright literacy strategy [for the University of Aberdeen]

13.00-14.00pm Lunch and networking

14.00-15.00pm Keynote 2: Nicola Whitton, Durham University. Play: The Secret to Success, Happiness, and Wisdom.

15.00-15:40pm Lightning Talks (5 x 7 mins)

Mayya Revzina – The World BankIs copyright the most boring or most fascinating of subjects?
Mark Walford – SageIs Intellectual Property theft? Copyright and Anarchism
Alison Davidson – British LibraryTeaching copyright to everyone everywhere all at once
Amanda Wakaruk – University of AlbertaOpening Up Copyright for Canadians: creating instructional videos that people want to watch (all the way to the end)
David Beales – Brunel UniversityOpen Textbooks Advocacy – show me the money!

15:40-16:15pm Extended coffee break with playful activity

16.15-17.15pm Panel Discussion: Copyright and gaming. Speakers TBC

17.15-17.30pm Wrap up and conference close

19.30: Evening social event with food and drinks at Oran Mor.

Friday 21st July 2023

10-11am ALT COOL SIG Committee AGM

10-12pm Tours of University of Glasgow (details to be confirmed)