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An ALPSP Training Course: Introduction to Copyright, 16 November -London
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Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2004 13:22:13 +0100 From: Laura Cox <email@example.com> Subject: An ALPSP Training Course: Introduction to Copyright, 16 November - London Please would you post this message to liblicense. With very many thanks, Laura Apologies for cross posting ___ Introduction to Copyright 16 November 2004 The King's Fund, 11-13 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0AN (map <http://www.kingsfund.org.uk/PDF/location.pdf> ) Course Tutors: Vivienne Dunlop <http://www.alpsp.org/training/tbiog06041104.htm#dun> , Consultant James Rogers <http://www.alpsp.org/training/tbiog06041104.htm#rog> , Legal Adviser, Oxford University Press Course Overview This course provides an introduction to copyright and how it is used. Delegates will be helped to understand the legal background, and to make sense of their own organisation�s contracts and licences. They will learn how copyright is managed in practice in a publishing company, and how to avoid legal pitfalls such as libel and plagiarism. The primary focus of the course will be on journals publishing, although book publishing will be covered if appropriate to the delegates. Course Focus * The copyright framework and chain of rights * Agreements with societies, editors and contributors * Potential legal pitfalls * Seeking and granting permissions * The impact of electronic publishing * Agreements with customers � licences and document delivery * New developments and hot topics Who should attend? The course is designed for those with 1-3 years� publishing experience in editorial, production or permissions functions. It is also suitable for more senior people wanting an overview of the current position. Programme 09.00 REGISTRATION AND COFFEE 09.30 Introduction 09.45 Copyright - legislative framework and current challenges, including copyright in the electronic environment 11.00 COFFEE AND TEA BREAK 11.15 Copyright pie 11.25 The copyright chain 11.35 What should go in an agreement?: Society agreements; Editor agreements; Contributor agreements 12.45 LUNCH 13.45 Copyright and Licenses with Customers (including document delivery; journal site licensing; electronic publishing) 14.15 Breakout groups, followed by Feedback from break-out groups 15.00 Legal pitfalls (breach of copyright, plagiarism, libel and defamation, recipes, moral rights) 15.15 COFFEE AND TEA BREAK 15.30 Permissions - policy framework, clearing and granting, internet and electronic issues 16.15 Exercise 16.45 Questions and Wrap up Course Fees Full day including lunch (ex VAT) ALPSP members �280, SFEP/SSP individual members �315, Non-members �395 To register please go to: http://www.alpsp.org/form/trf06041104.htm or contact Lesley Ogg at firstname.lastname@example.org Many thanks Laura Cox (For ALPSP) Frontline Global Marketing Services Ltd 4 Richmond Road Towcester NN12 6EX
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