Thursday 2nd February, 2012
9:30am to 4:30pm
This important one-day seminar will bring attendees up to date on recent developments in UK copyright law, explaining the implications for all who use information resources in their day to day work, and what they need to tell colleagues. The seminar will give delegates the confidence to deal with the practical issues which they might encounter, and to answer questions from colleagues on topics as wide ranging as orphan works, licences (including Creative Commons licences) and the significance of proposed legislative changes (including Hargreaves Review, Digital Economy Act and EU legislation) and recent key legal cases. The seminar will be highly interactive, with a quiz, discussions on scenarios, and two Q&A sessions. Attendees are asked to submit questions they would like answering in advance.
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