The library is developing a copyright literacy strategy for the University. The aim is to make things simpler for staff and students by having clear policies and guidance for copyright-related issues.
We need feedback from university members to help shape the strategy and ensure it meets the needs of everyone at the University. We are running the following consultation sessions for academic and professional services staff. Come along and tell us about the copyright-related concerns and challenges you face.
If you can’t attend the sessions, we’d still love to hear from you. Contact us: email@example.com.
When: Wednesday 3 May, 12-1.30pm – drop in any time that’s convenient for you
Where: Meeting Room 1, Floor 7, The Sir Duncan Rice Library
An open drop-in session where you can ask questions, give us feedback, and vent any frustrations you have about how copyright impacts your work.
No need to book in advance, just turn up on the day.
A series of two-hour online workshops, led by Tim Riley, Information Advisor for Copyright and Licensing, with leading copyright literacy experts Jane Secker (Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City, University of London) and Chris Morrison (Copyright and Licensing Specialist, The Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford).
Workshop 1, Tuesday 16 May, 10am – 12 noon
Introducing the copyright project and identifying copyright-related activities and perspectives at the University
Workshop 2, Tuesday 30 May, 10am – 12 noon
Creating a structure for a copyright literacy strategy, linking the findings from workshop 1 with the aims of Aberdeen 2040
Workshop 3, Tuesday 13 June, 10am – 12 noon
Reviewing the draft copyright literacy strategy and developing an implementation plan
These workshops will take place online via MS Teams. Ideally, participants should attend all three workshops.
For further details or to sign up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.