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September 22, 2008

A copyright toolkit for the education sector

Eduserv is hosting an event to mark the launch of a new online resource, the Copyright Toolkit, that is intended to help people deal with copyright issues when using third-party multimedia in learning environments.

Understanding copyright when using multimedia on the Web and in VLEs: a copyright toolkit for the education sector
Tuesday 4th November, 10:00 – 12:30
The Watershed, Bristol

The program for this event will include some workshop activities on copyright issues, demonstrations of the Copyright Toolkit and a question and answer session.

The event is free to all attendees. For more information and to register, please visit the event Web site.

Aimed at lecturers, librarians, sound and vision technicians and those who negotiate for the use of third-party copyright resources, the Copyright Toolkit features background information about copyright law and a set of interactive exercises to help you understand the key points. It is particularly useful to those who have to publish multimedia resources on the Web and/or in Virtual Learning Environments.

If you advise on or deal with the IPR issues around things like music for podcasts and/or images/videos for Web sites or VLEs, the toolkit is there to help.

Development of the Copyright Toolkit is undertaken by Copy-Right Consultants and funded by Eduserv.


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