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4th session Introduction into digital copyright

We had our 4th session of the professional online identities project on Monday, the students who did attend especially as it was late in the day on a Monday evening. The students were really keen to have this copyright /IPR advice, see more about the Introduction into digital copyright session and Own-It.

Please see some feedback below:

Did the ‘Introduction into digital copyright’ session cover everything you expected, was it useful?

  • This class went above and beyond my expectations. I learned things that I really needed to know, and questions that I never even thought of asking were answered. I feel that this area of understanding is vital for everyone who hopes to make a living from their creativity.
  • Yes, it was really really useful, next time i would like to learn more about copyright and clearing for films. the teacher was really great

What other UAL or non-UAL web training & support like this are you aware of or is available to you?

  • We had had one other lecture on copyright in the past, but I have found out in this class that some of the information we were given was inaccurate. This is a serious issue that needs to be addressed.

Any other comments/feedback please?

  • This class could have been 3 classes long - I feel like it was the tip of the iceberg and I want to know more.

 

Own-it offers intellectual property (IP) advice, information and learning resources for the creative sector. We offer a range of services, from basic to specialist support, through an online enquiries system, online and face-to face seminars and workshops  and, where appropriate, surgeries with IP lawyers. We work with a network of IP advisers including leading law firms, law schools and specialists at various trade organisations associated with the creative industries in the UK.

Own-it is funded by the University of the Arts London (UAL). Membership is free to all. UAL staff, students and recent graduates have free access to all services while external users pay a small nominal admin fee for some services such as sample contracts and IP clinics. To register with Own-it and gain free access to our resources, click here.

 

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