We converse about the current topics and issues in copyright in higher education.
With James Clay, Jane Secker and Chris Morrison.
This is the 91st e-Learning Stuff Podcast Conversing about copyright.
- Copyright and E-learning, 2nd edition – A guide for practitioners by Jane Secker and Chris Morrison.
- UK Copyright Literacy on the Twitter.
- Copyright literacy at Kent
- Further resources available on open access.
- Copyright Act (unofficial but largely up to date).
- Copyright Act (official but not updated following changes in 2014).
- Exceptions in UK Copyright Law.
- Copyright card game.
- Copyrightuser – clear, neutral advice for creators and the general public
- James Clay and the Dark Side at FOTE 14.
We’re using a different hosting service for the podcast, so we don’t have the old embedded player. We still need to add it to the podcast feed, so not yet available in iTunes or through the podcast feed. We have now embedded the podcast and added it to the podcast feed, so will be available in iTunes.
One thought on “e-Learning Stuff Podcast #091: Conversing about copyright”
Great conversation. I have shared with the faculty at my school.
Yes, I frequently get notices from Google when I use clips of music and videos when I use Google Hangouts on Air to reach my remote students. I’m glad that you made the point that knowing your rights, and knowing that Google is employing an automated system to distribute the initial notices is important. They’re not evaluating content and it’s use to see if it’s appropriate, they’re just flagging recognized content, and it’s up to you to reply and tell them it’s a proper use.
Also, a note on the microphones. The headsets are great, but the advantage you will get from a more traditional USB mic, like the Rode or one of Audio-Technica’s ATR line is that they will be directional (where the headset is usually Omni-directional) and so sounds from the keyboard and other activity around the office won’t get picked up as clearly.
For a louder environment I like the ATR2100 dynamic USB, and for a quieter setting you get better sound quality from a condenser like the atr 2500.
Thanks for all the great info you all share!