Copyright for Academic Modules (20th March)
Do you currently produce printed course packs for your students? Do you mount published materials onto Blackboard to support teaching modules? Are you thinking of migrating from printed course packs to delivering materials online? Do you understand the copyright differences between using print and digital materials? Are you aware of the legal risks you may be facing as a result of your use of other people's work?
If you want to know more then this workshop is for you! Presented by the Copyright Administrator and Document Supply and Repository Manager this session we will examine the copyright basics of legally duplicating and using published materials for educational purposes, with a focus on the different methods of delivery available to staff at Leicester. The session will end with an optional hands-on session looking at Blackboard's e-reserves functionality.
The workshop is suitable for all academic or senior administrative staff, and PhD students, who want to expand their understanding of copyright issues within higher eduction.
Booking information and further details on this session are available from the Staff Development site.
This course forms part of the Skills for the Professional Researcher Programme.