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Copyright and Open Education Resources is a webinar about the principles of copyright law.

During the webinar, the principles of copyright law will be briefly explained so as to understand when one is dealing with a work protected by copyright, the difference between being the author or the owner of a work, and to understand within what limits one can quote or reuse an existing work without having to ask for further permission, particularly in the educational sphere when sharing material with one's students. An introduction to the concept of Open Access will also be given and the role of Creative Commons licences and their essential features will be explained. To make the webinar as practical and enjoyable as possible, many examples will be used and there will be room for questions.

Title in English Copyright and Open Education Resources
Title in Italian Il diritto d'autore nell'insegnamento e l'Open Access
Abstract During the webinar, the principles of copyright law will be briefly explained so as to understand when one is dealing with a work protected by copyright, the difference between being the author or the owner of a work, and to understand within what limits one can quote or reuse an existing work without having to ask for further permission, particularly in the educational sphere when sharing material with one's students. An introduction to the concept of Open Access will also be given and the role of Creative Commons licences and their essential features will be explained. To make the webinar as practical and enjoyable as possible, many examples will be used and there will be room for questions.
Goals
  • knowing the principles of copyright, i.e. recognising a protected work and who the rights holder is;
  • knowing how to use a work in the educational setting within the limits allowed by law;
  • knowing the concept of Open Access;
  • recognising Creative Commons licences.
Target audience Academic staff
Organisers Iolanda Pensa, SUPSI DACD
Chiara Barbieri, SUPSI DACD
Prerequisite No previous knowledge needed.
Convenors Suzanna Marazza, USI-CCDigitalLaw
Duration 1.5 hour
Agenda
  • the principles of copyright;
  • when and for how long copyright protection applies;
  • who is the author and who is the rights holder;
  • some copyright exceptions;
  • introduction to Open Access;
  • essential features of Creative Commons licences.
Date and time March 15, 2023 11.00–12.30am CET
Location Online
Link to the webinar on BigBlueButton - active during the event
Fees Attendance is free.
Registration Send an email to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch
Remarks The webinar is in Italian. The recording is released under CC BY 4.0 on ... and DARIAH-Campus.

Participants are invited to send any questions for speakers to chiara.barbieri@supsi.ch by 12.03.2023.