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Great Southern Room

State Library of Western Australia

25 Francis Street, Perth Cultural Centre

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Copyright – it touches on almost all areas of practice in libraries and archives, yet many do not feel confident in dealing with it on a day to day basis. Recognising the need, the Australian Libraries Copyright Committee (ALCC) continues to provide copyright training to members and non-members nationwide.

This training aims to arm librarians and archivists with the knowledge and skills to tackle copyright in their institutions. From document delivery to open access, we cover it all and take questions from the floor.


Content

Two sessions will be run between 10 am and 5 pm.

The sessions are aimed at attendees with different levels of knowledge and experience, and the two are designed to work as discrete sessions or as a single full-day copyright primer. These two sessions are:

  1. Copyright Essentials (morning) - intended for those who want to learn or brush up on their copyright basics.

  2. Copyright Extended (afternoon) - looks at the latest updates and copyright practices; assumes either a base knowledge of copyright or attendance at the morning session. This session will end with a question and answer session, starting with responses to questions submitted in advance.


Cost

Both sessions are free for ALCC member organisations and their employees – so if you or your institution* are a member of ALIA, NSLA, CAUL, AGLIN, CAARA, ASLA, ASA or other member organisations, the only cost is your time. They are also open to non-members; however a price is charged. Members of the ALCC's sister organisation, the Australian Digital Alliance, receive a discount on this price.

The day is designed so that you can attend either of the sessions individually or combine them for a fuller program. They will be held in the same location, with a break for lunch in between. Please register for all sessions you plan to attend - places fill up fast. No catering is provided however there are a number of cafes in walking distance.

*Please note: There is a limited capacity allocation for employees of institutions that are institutional members of ALIA. If you are not a member of ALIA as an individual and you wish to attend the training, please first contact the institution through which you are affilated with ALIA. Each ALIA affiliated institution has up to 3 free tickets per session.

Full day program

Copyright Essentials – 10 am–12:30 pm

10 am – Making friends with copyright

A quick run through of the basics. What, how, why, and duration of protection.

11.30 am – Tea break

11.45 am – The narrow path

What can I do? Fair dealing, s200AB, preservation copyright, document supply, licences, orphan works and TPMs.

12.30 pm – Close

Copyright Extended – 1:15–3:00 pm

1.30 pm – Latest developments for libraries and archives

A quick update on the latest in Australian copyright that affects the sector, including the Copyright Amendment (Disability Access and Other Measures) Act 2017 and Copyright Amendment (Service Providers) Act 2018, which passed into law recently.

If time permits, the session will also include practical discussion of how to increase access to your collections within the current copyright framework. Includes discussion of licence management, Creative Commons and practical strategies for risk management.

3:00 pm – Afternoon tea

3:15pm – Hot topics

Panel: 'Hot topics' will include a panel discussion exploring recent copyright law reform and the need for further reform.

Speakers:

  • Catherine Clark, University Librarian, Curtin University and Council of Australian University Librarians’ representative on the ALCC Management Committee
  • Dr Robert Cunningham, Associate Professor, Curtin Law School, Curtin University
  • Kate Makowiecka, former University Copyright Coordinator, Murdoch University

Catherine will discuss why copyright reform is important for academic institutions. Robert will use a thought experiment set in the year 2035 concerning biological data and involving an intellectual property battle of a private/public nature to discuss why further copyright law reform is needed. And Kate will discuss why a community's (self)archiving will preserve alternative narratives about their social activism to those articulated through institutional archiving; and why community organisations need to understand copyright and the recent changes to the preservation provisions.

4 pm – Close


For further information, contact ALCC on (02) 6262 1118 or info@digital.org.au.


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