Category: Copyright

WHELF and the Copyright briefing paper on the Hargreaves exceptions

The WHELF inter-library loan scheme is one of the case studies featured in a recently published SCONUL copyright briefing paper . SCONUL commissioned the briefing following the Hargreaves Review of Intellectual Property which led to the 2014 amendments to UK

WHELF Annual Report 2017-18

The WHELF Annual Report for the academic year 2017-18 is now available. The report highlights the collective work of WHELF along with news and developments from the WHELF institutions. The report can be downloaded in English or Welsh from the

Copyright Card Game event

The WHELF Copyright Group chairs Marie Lancaster and Scott Prior are running a Copyright Card game event in Bangor on October 24th: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/whelf-copyright-roadshow-bangor-university-tickets-50782739541 Tickets are free but registration is required. The Copyright Card game is “a new engaging approach to

WHELF Copyright Roadshow report

WHELF sponsored a Welsh Copyright Roadshow event in Swansea on 18th April, run by the joint chairs of the WHELF Copyright Group, Marie Lancaster and Scott Pryor. You can read a summary of the day on the UK Copyright literacy

Forthcoming events

September 2017 Global Library Excellence Tour – 14th September, Cardiff Central Library More information including programme and registration: http://libraryexcellence.com/ The Library Global Excellence Tour 2017 is primarily aimed at senior leaders in public and academic libraries in the UK and

Copyright challenges: a report from the recent Sconul ACCSG event.

The SCONUL ACCSG training event “Copyright Challenges: Understanding the recent legislative changes and how to use them effectively” took place on January 26th at the Atrium, University of South Wales, Cardiff Many thanks to Dr. Jonathan Davies, Data Protection and

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SCONUL ACCSG Copyright training day in Cardiff, 26th January 2015

Copyright Challenges: Understanding the recent legislative changes and how to use them effectively Earlier this year, the SCONUL ACCSG Copyright Sub-Group conducted a survey on copyright training needs.  As a result of the responses four courses have been planned to

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