|Friday, June 1, 2018, 3:00-4:30 Room 1400
Mélanie Brunet, Joshua Dickison, Lisa Di Valentino, Rumi Graham, Alex Kohn, Kate Langrell, Obianuju Mollel, Stephen Spong, & Christina Winter
Looking for new ideas to increase copyright literacy on campus? This session will be the soft launch of the Canadian version of Copyright the Card Game, originally created by Chris Morrison and Jane Secker in the UK and adapted by the presenters, a group of Canadian copyright educators. The game is an open educational resource, designed to make learning about copyright fun, engaging and memorable. Teams compete to answer questions about common copyright scenarios, using cards in four categories: Works, Usages, Licenses and Exceptions. In this interactive session, the audience will be invited to play the game and afterwards participate in evaluative discussion. The primary goal is to gather feedback on the Canadianized content of the game in order to make adjustments and proceed with development of a French version.
Mélanie Brunet – Copyright Services Librarian, University of Ottawa
Joshua Dickison – Copyright Officer, University of New Brunswick Libraries
Lisa Di Valentino – Law & Public Policy Librarian, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Rumi Graham – University Copyright Advisor & Graduate Studies Librarian, University of Lethbridge
Alex Kohn – Head of the Office of Copyright Compliance, McGill University Library
Kate Langrell – Copyright Coordinator, University of Saskatchewan
Obianuju Mollel – Senior Consultant in Knowledge Management, Alberta Health Services
Stephen Spong – Copyright Services Librarian, Centennial College Libraries
Christina Winter – Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian, University of Regina
Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia wish to acknowledge the Coast Salish People on whose traditional territories we are privileged to live, work and play.