Copyright Clearance for Print, Broadcast and Multimedia Production
Presented by: Alma Hales and Bernadette Attwell
Next available date: Thursday 14 April 2016 – Book your place now
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The essential one-day course for those needing to copy, use and provide access to existing third party content in their work, delivered by expert practitioners in the field.
Presented by Alma Hales, Head of Intellectual Property at the Open University and Bernadette Attwell, former Deputy Head of Intellectual Property at the Open University and co-owner of Copy-Right Consultants Ltd with Alma Hales, the course will provide participants with an up-to-date and clear understanding of how to approach the process of rights clearance.
Participants will gain an understanding of:
- types of works which are protected
- rights ownership and licensing
- the status of copyright exceptions
- the meaning of ‘fair dealing’
- the process of rights clearance
- how to administer the clearance process
Understanding copyright and how to clear the rights in existing content for inclusion in new services and productions is a significant challenge for producers, researchers and multimedia developers. Now universities and colleges face these challenges as they plan to re-publish existing content in online courseware delivered through virtual learning environments.
The course will include practical advice, easy to understand guidance and the opportunity to have specific rights-related queries answered by leading practitioners in the field.
‘By far the most engaging course dealing with copyright that I have attended.’ Julie Makinson, The School of Oriental & African Studies
- Standard rate: £132 including VAT
- BUFVC member rate: £129.96 including VAT
- BUFVC Premier member rate: £109.94 including VAT
Please note: Course fees are per person and include a sandwich lunch and refreshments.