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Title: Managing Intellectual Property Rights in digital learning materials: A development pack for institutional repositories
Authors: Casey, John
Proven, Jackie
Dripps, David
Affiliation: University of Abertay Dundee. Information Services
Keywords: IPR
Institutional repositories
Issue Date: Aug-2007
Publisher: TrustDR
Type: Report
Refereed: non peer-reviewed
Rights: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence. To see the full copyright statement, conditions of use and limitations of indemnity see http://trustdr.ulster.ac.uk/outputs.php#copyright
Citation: Casey, J., Proven, J. and Dripps, D. 2007. Managing Intellectual Property Rights in digital learning materials: A development pack for institutional repositories. TrustDR. http://trustdr.ulster.ac.uk/outputs.php
Abstract: 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.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10373/19
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