Grampian Information are pleased to announce an event to be held in Dundee. Spaces for this event are limited and the excellent quality of materials and ease of access for Scottish Information Professionals means that it will surely be a popular event. Please contact email@example.com to reserve your place for this event as soon as possible.
Grampian Information Copyright Event
An overview of copyright law with review of recent changes to the law and their implications for LIS staff. Presented by Charles Oppenheim.
19 May 2015 13:30-16:30
Dundee Central Library
For members of Grampian Information and those formerly members of TAFLIN £10
For non-members of £25
Charles Oppenheim is a semi-retired consultant and was until 2009 Professor of Information Science and Head of the Department of Information Science at Loughborough University. He is currently a Visiting Professor at Robert Gordon University, at the University of Northampton, and at Cass Business School. Previously he held posts in other academic institutions, and for twelve years worked in the electronic publishing industry.
Charles is an Honorary Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals.
He has been involved in, given talks on, and published on the library and information professions, Intellectual Property Rights and other legal issues relevant to the professions, text and data mining, bibliometrics, evaluation of research quality, and on scholarly publishing trends, including Open Access. He has published well over 500 journal articles, conference papers, reports and books in library and information subjects. He has received both the Jason Farradane Award for services to the information profession, and the Aslib award for lifetime achievement to library and information science.
He can be followed on Twitter: @CharlesOppenh
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