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1 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 1 CASPER - how it will run, what to expect RepRODUCE Projects Start up Meeting

2 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 2 CASPER - how it will run, what to expect RepRODUCE Projects Start up Meeting – Aston University 20 th February 2008 Liam Earney and Caren Milloy

3 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 3 JISCs expectations Why a project support function? What will CASPER be doing? What do you need to do now? How can CASPER help you? Introduction

4 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 4 JISCs expectations At least 50% external content –These should be materials produced externally to the institution and that do not have any connection with the institution leading the bid JISC expect that materials not already freely available to the UK HE sector would be made so during the course of the project Use materials from programmes such as the JISC Digitisation programme, JORUM, D4L, X4L, DEL, JISC Collections and the SFC eLearning Transformation Programme Learning materials released to the UK HE sector, through an appropriate accessible repository – JORUM Openly available on the Internet? Available in the long term?

5 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 5 Why a project support function? The technology that enables new types of digital publishing races ahead and the law often appears to lag behind. However, there have been significant legal advances that should warn against a cavalier approach to handling the rights which exist in materials. John Casey, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in Networked e-Learning: A Beginners Guide for Content Developers

6 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 6 Why a project support function? Can institutions re-use materials from the BBC web site in e-learning materials for educational purposes?

7 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 7 Why a project support function? You may not copy, reproduce, republish, disassemble, decompile, reverse engineer, download, post, broadcast, transmit, make available to the public, or otherwise use bbc.co.uk content in any way except for your own personal, non-commercial use. You also agree not to adapt, alter or create a derivative work from any bbc.co.uk content except for your own personal, non-commercial use. bbc.co.uk Terms of Use

8 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 8 Why a project support function? Provide advice Provide support Provide legal overview Share knowledge and best practice Save time and money Develop expertise Undertake copyright clearance Capture and disseminate experiences!

9 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 9 What will CASPER be doing? Stage 1 –Meet with all projects –Review content and licensing/copyright Need to look at the internal as well as the external material –Documentation, Risk analysis and Audit trail –Project web site Stage 2 –Identify content/rights holders that CASPER should approach on behalf of all projects –Plan for rights clearance for individual projects What permissions? Who is it being cleared for?

10 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 10 What will CASPER be doing? Stage 3 –Selection/development/identification of tools to support rights clearance e.g. template letters Stage 4 –Is further assistance required? Stage 5 –Provide advice on the licences to use when making these learning materials available JORUM, Creative Commons etc

11 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 11 What will CASPER be doing? Outcomes –Templates to help institutions clear rights for the re-use of content –Understanding of the true costs associated with rights clearance for e-learning materials –Understanding and assessment of the training needs required to support management of IPR and e-learning content use –Transfer of knowledge to 3 rd party content owners on how institutions want to use content in e-learning Currently many content owners – especially academic publishers – have a knowledge gap in this area that limits existing licensing

12 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 12 What should you be doing now? 1.Identify the content – both from internal sources and external sources 2.Start collating and maintaining accurate, detailed records about all of content you are using in your project - Well make available templates to guide your work in this 3.Arrange a meeting with me and Caren!

13 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 13 How can CASPER help you? What are your concerns? What information or assistance would help you most? What tools can we provide? What communication methods would work best?

14 JISC Collections 01 April 2014 | CASPER | Slide 14 Thank you Contact Details –Liam Earney – Tel: –Caren Milloy – Tel: Any Questions?


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