Admission Price: Free, please book a place
Series: Good Practice in Research Week
Speaker: Stephen Penton
'Copyright the card game’ provides an innovative, interactive and fun way of engaging with copyright and tackling copyright issues in higher education.
As part of the fourth day of City’s Good Practice in Research Week, Engagement, Influence and Impact, Jane Secker and Stephen Penton will lead an interactive, games-based workshop where you will learn about the main aspects of copyright as it relates to higher education, libraries and undertaking research.
Playing in teams you can test how much you already know about copyright and learn when you might need permission or licences, or when you can take advantage of exceptions to copyright law. There is a prize for the winning team and the card game is an openly available educational resource you can download after the session.
Stephen Penton is Copyright Librarian at City. He is responsible for providing copyright guidance to staff and students, and has compiled a copyright guide for the university. He is also responsible for the City Archives and Special Collections.
Previously he has worked for the Medical Research Council and Cambridge University. This experience has included running the libraries at two research institutions.
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When and where
1.00pm - 3.00pmThursday 31st October 2019