copyright

event: Copyright and Digital Media Seminar

12/11/2010 10:00
12/11/2010 16:30

Online details and booking information can be found here: http://bit.ly/aLky0n

JISC Advance - Digital Media and Copyright Seminar
Copyright in Practice: working with digital media
10.00am -- 4.30pm Friday 12th November 2010
Brettenham House, 5 Lancaster Place, London WC2E 7EN
£100 per delegate. Includes lunch and refreshments

*Aim* [read more...]

Location

Brettenham House
5 Lancaster Place
London WC2E 7EN
United Kingdom

event: Tracing Copyright in Art & Design Archives

13/10/2010 14:00
13/10/2010 17:00

Tracing Copyright in Art and Design Archives: A practical workshop on identifying and tracing copyright holders, managing orphan works, dealing with agencies and risk management.

ARLIS UK & Ireland Art Archives Committee [read more...]

Location

London School of Economics, Library
10 Portugal Street
London WC2A 2HD
United Kingdom

event: Copyright Clearance for Print, Broadcast and Multimedia Production

22/09/2010

Wednesday 22 September 2010
Central London

An essential one-day course for those needing to copy and use existing content in their productions and services.

Participants will gain an understanding of:
• Types of works with are protected
• Rights ownership and licensing
• The status of copyright exceptions
• The meaning of 'fair dealing'
• The process of rights clearance

The course is presented by Alma Hales, acting head of Intellectual Property at the Open University and Bernadette Attwell, former Deputy Head of Intellectual Property at the Open University. [read more...]

Location

British Universities Film & Video Council
77 Wells Street
London W1T 3QJ
United Kingdom

event: Copyright and Digital Media

04/08/2010 10:00
04/08/2010 16:30

This informative and stimulating course is run by a leading expert in copyright. It looks in-depth at how copyright and other legal issues impact upon digital media and it will enable you to develop practical approaches to clearing and managing those rights within your own collections.

Audience [read more...]

Location

ILRT, 8-10 Berkeley Square
Bristol BS8 1HH
United Kingdom

job: Assistant Archivist - Royal Opera House

Application Deadline: 
16/07/2010

The Royal Opera House is the major lyric arts theatre in the United Kingdom,
enjoying an international reputation for excellence. The Royal Opera House
Collections contain materials covering the history of the three theatres that have stood on the site since 1732. The department is involved in a full range of activities to ensure the preservation of the Collections and to make them accessible to a wide audience. [read more...]

briefingpaper: SABIP Report on the economics of copyright and digitisation

The Strategic Advisory Board For Intellectual Property Policy (SABIP) has recently published a report that examines the theoretical and empirical research on the economics of copyright and digitisation. It also identifies areas where further research is required.

An executive summary and 102 page report are available on the SABIP web site

job: Cataloguing Manager - Royal Opera House

Application Deadline: 
04/05/2010

The Royal Opera House is the major lyric arts theatre in the United Kingdom, enjoying an international reputation for excellence. The Royal Opera House Collections contain materials covering the history of the three theatres that have stood on the site since 1732. The department is involved in a full range of activities to ensure the preservation of the Collections and to make them accessible to a wide audience. [read more...]

event: The Tectonics of Digital Curation - NEDCC's New Symposium

25/05/2010 07:30
26/05/2010 16:30

THE TECTONICS OF DIGITAL CURATION:
A Symposium on the Shifting Preservation and Access Landscape

PRESENTED BY the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC)

HOSTED BY the MIT Libraries

THE TECTONICS OF DIGITAL CURATION explores the sustainability of cultural collections created for and maintained on the Web. At this two-day symposium, a diverse faculty of national experts will examine
the forces at play in our increasingly networked society. [read more...]

Location

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
United States

event: Peer to Peer and the Music Industry: The Criminalization of Sharing

09/02/2010 16:00
09/02/2010 17:30

The period from the advent of the compact disc in 1982 to the first significant file-sharing system in 1999 saw the greatest period of profitability in the history of recorded music. The decade since 1999 has seen an equally radical collapse. What seems obvious in hindsight was largely ignored at the time. The very efficiency of digital reproduction and distribution promised or threatened to eliminate scarcity, and hence threaten the possibility of market exchange in informational goods. [read more...]

Location

1 St Giles Oxford Internet Institute
Oxford OX1 3JS
United Kingdom

casestudy: Tracing Copyright Holders: How two digitisation projects coped with copyright for historical material

Digitising certain types of material can cause great difficulty when it comes to clearing their copyright. [read more...]

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