Managing Intellectual Property Rights in digital learning materials: a development pack for instutional repositories
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This institutional development pack for managing IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) in e-learning is intended to support those who wish to update and clarify their institutional policies and infrastructures to help get the best out of using technology to support teaching and learning. Confusion, lack of awareness, poor practice, contradictory policy and risk aversion currently dominate thinking about this subject at all levels – particularly amongst senior management. This is presenting a major obstacle to the effective uptake of e-learning in our tertiary education system. In this pack we explicitly link the task of overhauling the IPR regimes in our institutions to the organisational and professional ‘process change' that is required to make effective use of e-learning – especially in relation to the introduction and extension of flexible learning delivery.
Casey, J., Proven, J. and Dripps, D. 2007. Managing Intellectual Property Rights in digital learning materials: a development pack for instutional repositories. TrustDR project outputs
(c) 2007 The University of Ulster and UHI Millennium Institute. Authors: J Casey, J Proven and D Dripps. Distributed under a Creative Commons License - Attribution 2.5 UK: Scotland You are free: to copy, distribute, display, and perform the work, to make derivative works, to make commercial use of the work under the following conditions: Attribution. You must acknowledge the names of the authors and the Copyright owners. For any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. This licence can be found here: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/scotland/ NB parts of this pack and referenced works may require different conditions of use. These are indicated where possible; however it is the responsibility of the reader to comply with such requirements.
This institutional development pack is part of the outcomes of the work of the TrustDR project (Trust in Digital Repositories) funded by the JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee). The complete project website is available from the UK Web Archive at http://www.webarchive.org.uk
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