One of the leading copyright experts and trainers in the UK, Naomi Korn, is visiting the University on Tuesday 13 June to provide a refresher session and open lecture.
With over 17 years copyright, licensing and rights-related experience, Naomi Korn provides expert advice and support to a range of UK organisations including the British Council, the Imperial War Museums, the Royal Academy of Arts, NHS England, Museum of London and the Wellcome Trust.
Tuesday 13 June, 9:30 – 13:00, Room G.05 - 50 George Square
Book via MyEd: http://edin.ac/2s13g4k
Refresh your copyright knowledge and improve confidence in your expertise in this workshop aimed at staff involved in the communication, provision, and training of copyright material use at the University. Understand the importance of communicating copyright effectively, incorporate copyright training into sessions and teaching, and develop and practice training skills in a coaching space. Naomi's training is typically PowerPoint-free, using quizzes, discussions, Q+A, case studies and interactive training techniques to stimulate engagement and promote learning outcomes.
Thursday 13 June, 14:30 – 16:00, Appleton Tower – Lecture Theatre 4
Book via MyEd: http://edin.ac/2qEhAMj
An open lecture covering the basics of copyright, what it is, how long it lasts, what it protects, and how it relates to our use in Higher Education. There will also be opportunity for discussion and questions.