Brisbane Copyright Training Thursday 12 September - Free for ALCC Members
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Date: Thursday 12th September
Time: 9:30am – 12:30pm - Copyright Essentials
1:30pm – 4:30pm – Copyright into the Future
Location: Auditorium 2, State Library of Queensland
Follows on from last year’s ALCC training, and will contain a quick refresher/introduction to the copyright basics, and moves forward to demystify copyright law for librarians looking to promote collections online, and help staff develop risk management guidelines for using copyright works.
9:30am Part 1 – Making friends with copyright
Quick run through of the basics! Protection, duration, and copyright exceptions
10:30am Tea break
11:00am Part 2 – Engaging with your collections online
Dealing with digital challenges: content licensing, digitisation, data and text mining, social media use, Creative Commons and more!
This year’s training aims to demystify copyright law for librarians looking to promote collections online, and help staff develop risk management guidelines for using copyright works. We’ll be looking at copyright law and digitisation of library material, using social media platforms like Pinterest, Tumblr, Flickr, Facebook and Twitter, new digital history tools. We’ll then move on to have a look at the recent reforms and influences on copyright law, and try and get some sense of what libraries and copyright might look like in the future.
1:30pm Part 1 - Engaging with your collections online
Dealing with digital challenges, s200AB online and beyond. Content licensing, digitisation, data and text mining, social media use, Creative Commons and more!
2:30pm Part 2 – Where to from here?
What will copyright look like tomorrow? This session will look at some of the challenges copyright is facing in the digital age, and some of the influences proposals for change. It’ll cover the ALRC Copyright in the Digital Economy , the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), World Intellectual Property Organisations discussions on exceptions for libraries and archives, e-book lending, digital rights management and digital libraries.
RSVP to Margaret Warren, firstname.lastname@example.org with:
- Your name
- Your organisation
- Session you will be attending (AM or PM)
Places are limited. If you have any scenarios you would like to see discussed during the session, or for any further information, contact Trish Hepworth on
(02) 6262 1102 or email@example.com.