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|Workshop Name||Copyright in lectures and lecture slides|
|About Workshop||When lecturing you’re likely to be using a mixture of your own content and things created by others – images, graphs, figures, etc. In some teaching contexts your students may even contribute materials of their own.
What are the copyright rules for lectures? Can I play commercial films or play music in a lecture? What about reusing images, graphs, diagrams in slides? Can I put those slides in Blackboard/Moodle? What about using ECHO360 to record my lecture? And is there a policy about students recording lectures? Does the University own my teaching materials?
This session will answer all of these questions as well as any you bring along yourself, where appropriate explaining how these relate to copyright law, licensing, university policy and best practice. Before coming, think about the most common scenarios in your own lecturing that involve copying and bring your questions along.
Note: This session does not focus on what you can copy for students in terms of readings, e.g. book chapters or journal articles. That’s what eReserve is for: https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/ereserve/staff/.
Please note that our seminar room is up a flight of stairs. Please let Candi Young (email@example.com) know if this will cause accessibility issues for you.
|Who Should Attend||University teaching staff|
|Date & Time||
15/02/2019 Friday 12:00PM - 01:30PM
HEDC Seminar Room, Level 1, HEDC, 65/75 Union Place West, Dunedin
|Facilitators||Richard White, Manager Copyright and Open Access|