About the session
The Game is On! is an innovative, open access educational resource that provides a springboard for exploring copyright, creativity, and the lawful reuse of existing works. It consists of 6 short animated films and 33 Case Files, supplementary educational materials aimed at suggesting points of discussion about copyright for teachers and students.
This session will showcase how The Game is On! can be used online to teach and discuss a wide range of copyright topics, including economic and moral rights, the limits of copyright protection, types of work protected by copyright, and copyright exceptions, among many others.
This session is dedicated to anyone who teaches or provides training on UK copyright law.
Duration: 2 x 45 mins sessions with a 15 min break
If you're interested in booking this online course for your institution, department or a group of colleagues, please contact email@example.com for more details.
About the presenter
Bartolomeo Meletti is the Education and Research Executive at Learning on Screen. He also works as Creative Director of CopyrightUser.org for CREATe, the UK Copyright and Creative Economy Centre (University of Glasgow). He is also the Director of Worth Knowing Productions, a digital creative team specialised in making complex knowledge accessible through research-based visual tools.
Previously, Bartolomeo worked at the British Film Institute and the Digital Catapult on secondment from CREATe, and held research and media production positions at CIPPM, the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management (Bournemouth University), where he is currently a Visiting Fellow; and at CEMP, the Centre for Excellence in Media Practice (Bournemouth University).
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