We asked what training courses our members wanted to hold in the region, and copyright came back as a very popular choice. So, we have asked copyright expert and professional trainer Naomi Korn to come up to Leeds and deliver a course on copyright, aimed specifically at librarians.
The course will include a good mix of practical exercises to help develop your own problem-solving and evaluative skills to apply to copyright questions, and will have an extra focus on what Brexit might mean for how copyrighted works are protected.
Date: Thursday 1st June 2017
Time: 10:30am – 3:00pm
Location: The Food Academy Restaurant, Leeds City College (Printworks Campus, LS10 1JY)
Cost: £35 for CILIP members (£42 inc. VAT) / £45 for non-members (£54 inc. VAT)
10:30 – registration (and refreshments)
11:00 – morning session
12:30 – lunch (provided)
13:30 – afternoon session
15:00 – finish
Travel: The Printworks Campus is approximately fifteen minutes’ walk from Leeds Railway Station. If driving, the campus is easy to reach from junction 3 of the M621, and free car parking is available on site, via the entrance on Leathley Road. A number of buses stop outside the campus (stop ID 45011971) – the Metro Journey Planner may be useful for bus travellers.
Registration: Please register via Eventbrite, and you will be sent a payment invoice by email. If you have any dietary requirements or particular copyright topics that you would like Naomi to incorporate, please let us know during registration.
Accessibility: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org before the event if you have any questions, including about accessibility.
*If I’ve misused that photo, I’m going to be so embarrassed…