Icepops: International Copyright-Literacy Event with Playful Opportunities for Practitioners and Scholars
|Date:||03 April 2018 to 03 April 2018|
This one-day event will be held on Tuesday 3rd April 2018 at the University of Liverpool and will be the first satellite event run as part of the LILAC conference.
Devised by Chris Morrison and Jane Secker (the UK Copyright Literacy team) and run in conjunction with the CILIP Information Literacy Group, the day will include keynote speakers, a world café, an opportunity to play copyright games including the Publishing Trap and a playful copyright hackathon!
Copyright education, games and play, creativity and the relationship of copyright literacy to information literacy and scholarly communication.
Who should attend?
The day is aimed at copyright specialists and non-specialists, librarians, learning technologists, educational developers, teachers, lecturers, publishers and creators involved in copyright education. The focus is on all levels of education from schools to higher education and continuing professional development. UK and international delegates are invited to share their experiences with colleagues.
The event was partly inspired by the IFLA one day seminar held in August 2017 on Models of Copyright Education in Information Literacy Programs. The focus will be on creativity and playful approaches to copyright literacy.
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