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The training is free to ALCC members. If you (or your institution) belong to ALIA, NSLA, CAUL, NLA, AGLIN, CAARA or Aust Soc Archivists, that is you!
There are two sessions, Copyright Essentials (which will start from the beginning) and Copyright Extended. Copyright Extended assumes either a base knowledge of copyright or attendence at the morning session.
The two sessions are designed so that you can either attend one as a stand alone session or combone for a full day program. However if you are coming for the full day PLEASE ENSURE YOU REGISTER FOR BOTH SESSIONS.
For the afternoon session we are including a workshop component where we work through real copyright conundrums sent in by participants. If you are attending the afternoon session please send through your examples to firstname.lastname@example.org
Both sessions will be held at the State Library of Tasmania, 91 Murray St Hobart.
9:30am Part 1 - Making friends with copyright
Quick run through of the basics! What, how, why, duration, protection, licences, permissions, substantiality.
11:00am Tea break
11:30am Part 2 - The narrow path
What can I do? Exceptions, including fair dealing, s200AB, preservation copyright, document supply) and TPMs.
2:00pm Part 1 - Licencing your stuff
What do we do with our own content? Open and closed licences, creative commons, user generated content, orphans and open access.
3:00pm Tea break
3:30pm Part 2 - Where to from here?
s200AB, risk and real life. Continuing on from s200AB and risk management, this session will include a workshop where real life copyright conumndrums and approaches are explored and discussed. Please send in your current copyright issues to email@example.com (examples will be made anonymous).
*Note this session is an information sharing session amongst professionals - it does not constitute legal advice*
Then we'll finish up with the domestic and international reform agenda. Where will we be in another year's time?
For further information, contact Trish Hepworth on 02 6262 1102 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Afternoon and morning tea kindly provided by LINC Tasmania, participants will need to bring their own lunch or buy from the cafe downstairs or nearby outlets.
When & Where
Australian Libraries Copyright Committee
The Australian Libraries Copyright Committee is the primary policy body for the discussion of copyright issues affecting Australian libraries, with major members comprising the Australian Library & Information Association (ALIA), National and State Libraries Australasia (NSLA), Council of University Librarians (CAUL) and National Library of Australia (NLA), and supporting members Australian Government Libraries Association (AGLIN) Australian Society of Archivists (ASA) and Council of Australasian Archives and Record Authorities (CAARA).