The Discovery Licensing Clinic is designed for 15 delegates to consider practical responses to the Discovery open licensing principles (http://discovery.ac.uk/businesscase/principles/). It will offer an opportunity to demystify licensing options, to consider their differing purposes, and to discuss the range of tactics that institutions might adopt in scoping metadata releases and making the associated licensing decisions.
There will be a practical focus throughout the day on identifying and addressing key issues in real service settings, leading to the development of feasible action plans.
Who should attend – Managers and decision makers in libraries, archives and museums who are responsible for collections and discovery services or interested in establishing the foundations for future service developments.
Approach – Working round the table, the Clinic will undertake a step-by-step analysis, hopefully enabling you to come away with a feasible action plan
• What objectives are institutions seeking to address
• What are the licensing and data release options?
• What first time and ongoing effort is involved?
• What options will work for our various situations?
• What would a practical robust plan look like?
Your queries and examples - Delegates are encouraged to bring any materials for discussion or guidance, which can be covered in open sessions or in one-to-one dialogue with the experts present.
Book your place(s) for the next Discovery Licensing Clinic
• Date – Wednesday 9th May
• Time – 1030 for 1100 till 1530
• Location – Maple House, central Birmingham [Directions to Maple House, PDF]
• Book your place(s) – http://discoverylicensingclinic09052012.eventbrite.co.uk
The panel for this event will be:
Francis Davey - Barrister (http://www.francisdavey.co.uk)
Naomi Korn - Copyright Consultant (http://www.naomikorn.com)
Paul Miller - Cloud of Data (http://cloudofdata.com)
Chris Banks - University Librarian & Director, Library, Special Collections & Museums, University of Aberdeen (http://www.abdn.ac.uk/about/chris-banks.php)
1030 – Refreshments
1100 - Introductions – David Kay (Chair)
1115 - Opportunities & Challenges – two perspectives on open metadata and licensing
1140 – Clinic Session - Motivations & Scoping – Chaired by Owen Stephens
• Why would my institution do it?
• What records would I license and what data in those records?
• What release channels are available? (e.g. aggregators)
1225 - Legal Response
1250 – Lunch
1330 – Realistic Licensing Options
1350 – Clinic Session – Chaired by David Kay
• Choosing the right licence
• Assessing and mitigating any risk
• Writing and publicising your licence
• Satisfying the responsibilities
1440 – Action Planning Discussion Groups
1510 – Feedback & Conclusions
1530 – Close