With the explosion of content available, on the internet but also in print, wide use of social media and ease of dissemination, it’s more important than ever to know who has the rights to content and who can exploit it. Now fully revised and condensed to a half-day online course, Copyright - the basics covers ownership of print and digital copyright.
There will be time for discussion and questions during the course.
Who is it for?
Anyone who is involved in the creation and publication of copyright material and use of services and content online.
- Editorial assistant or Editor
- Marketing assistant, executive or manager
- Publicity assistant, executive or manager
- Rights assistant, executive or manager
- Social-media assistant, executive or manager
- Website assistant, editor, executive or manager
What will you achieve?
On completing this course you’ll be able to:
- Understand how rights in content are created and owned
- Understand how ownership of work can be protected
- Secure the rights needed for particular exploitation
- Understand the relevance and importance of certain contractual clauses
- Understand when permission is needed for use of material
- Understand when consent is needed for use of personal data
- Copyright basics, the differences between print and digital content
- The exceptions introduced in 2014, moral rights, and when permission is needed
- Significant contractual clauses – assignments vs licences
- Social media, use of photos, privacy, music, branding and other areas
- 10 November 2020
- Virtual course
- 9am to 12.30pm (BST)
- Two x 1.5-hour sessions plus break
A number of discounts are available
What you will need
To join the course, you will need access to a computer, tablet or laptop with a camera and microphone. You will need to activate a free Zoom account to join the course. This takes two minutes and does not require any payment. It is purely for administrative purposes.