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Early Career Research Camp 4 – 5 May 2017

Join us in Glasgow to share and discuss strategies for research in the creative economy. To support and encourage a community of new scholars in the digital and creative economy, CREATe will host an Early Career Research Camp on 4th & 5th May 2017. The event is open to all early career researchers, including advanced PhD students, working on creative economy and related research topics. The purpose of this event is to exchange useful knowledge gained though CREATe-affiliated projects, to impart strategies for successful career progression (both in academia and industry), and to map out and launch an affiliate research network for junior researchers. Participants will benefit from the collective expertise of senior UK and international scholars in intellectual property … Continue reading

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CREATe Launch

Overview CREATe formally launched on 31st January 2013 (5pm – 7pm) with a public event at the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow. Speakers included representatives of the UK and Scottish governments and the creative industries, and the Chief Executive of the Arts & Humanities Research Council. This was followed by a one-day working conference on 1st February 2013 for academics and stakeholders at The Lighthouse, Scotland’s Centre for Design and Architecture, in the city centre of Glasgow. The conference examined case studies of transition from analogue to digital (such as music and publishing) in contrast with cases in ‘born digital’ sectors (such as games or social media). Tweet #createlaunch Outreach and Initial Reactions [View the story “CREATe Launch 31st Jan & 1st … Continue reading

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Archives and Copyright: Developing an Agenda for Reform

As copyright law continues to be a matter of real concern for the UK archive community, a symposium organised by CREATe, in association with the Wellcome Trust, addressed the proposed changes to current copyright legislation and examined the use of risk-management strategies by cultural heritage institutions.   DATE:  27 September 2013 TIME: 9am to 5pm LOCATION: 6th floor, Wellcome Trust, 215 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BE Tweet #archivescopyright Talking Heads Event Images Event Outreach [Press and Social Media Reactions] [View the story “Archives and Copyright: Developing an Agenda for Reform” on Storify]   Collage of the Day (click to open larger image) The first panel of the day provided an opportunity to learn more about the Wellcome Digital Library’s Codebreakers project, as well as other … Continue reading

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CREATe Researchers Conference and Empirical Capacity Building Event (Edinburgh) – INTERNAL ONLY

CREATe Researchers Conference and Empirical Capacity Building Event (Edinburgh) – 13 & 14 June 2013 University of Edinburgh’s Empirical Legal Research Network in association with CREATe is hosting a one and a half day internal research and capacity building event for CREATe investigators and researchers from across 7 UK Universities. Enabling discussions amongst CREATe project teams about different research methodologies and suitability for their own projects; Introducing the challenges and benefits of a range of interdisciplinary methodologies; Facilitating networking across CREATe projects; Assessing possible needs for future training. All CREATe academics, investigators, researchers, and administrators are attending. Expenses Policy Download the Support for Attendees document for details of what you can claim and how to do so. Please note, expense claim limits will … Continue reading

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‘Orphans and Images’ – Report Launch and Panel Discussion

Jump to Launch of the Orphan Works Report Slide Presentation Panel Discussion Full Transcription Event Photos Outreach, Press and Social Media List of Registered Attendees Victoria’s blogpost highlighting key moments from the Event Report Launch The Technology Strategy Board (TSB) and CREATe, the Research Council UK Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy jointly launched an independent report for the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO), entitled “Copyright, and the Regulation of Orphan Works” on 2nd July 2013 at the Law Society London. The Hargreaves Review stated: “The problem of orphan works – works to which access is effectively barred because the copyright holder cannot be traced – represents the starkest failure of the copyright framework to … Continue reading

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Copyright and Creative Reuse

Exploring Preservation, Access and Creative Reuse of Film with Sherlock Holmes Copyright & Creative Reuse was an event held at BFI Southbank in London on 8th December 2017 as part of the CREATe Copyright & Innovation Network. The event explored the role of copyright in relation to creativity, film archives, and education, with focus on creative reuse. The common theme to tie these topics together was the creative reuse of the character of Sherlock Holmes. The evolving journey of the notorious detective from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories illustrated by Sidney Paget to its most recent adaptations – passing through William Gillette, Basil Rathbone and others – provides a compelling story to explore the role of copyright in relation to … Continue reading

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Open Innovation Design Jam

As part of the UK-wide ESRC Festival of Social Science, the University of Glasgow hosted an Open Innovation Design Jam on 10th November 2016. The purpose was to explore how open approaches to intellectual property could improve innovation in firms and organisations. Issues covered included creative commons licensing, open hardware, crowdsourcing, and new forms of patent pooling. Design jams are short, intensive pitching competitions where teams work together to develop innovative solutions to challenges (more on these below). The event was organised by Dr. Kristofer Erickson and Natacha Esteves in CREATe at the University of Glasgow. It took place in the Sir Alwyn Williams building Level 5 [Map]. Download event poster:   Event Resources: Download Challenge presentations: Download Design Jam … Continue reading

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Horizon Digital Economy/CREATe Technology Capacity Building Event

Horizon Digital Economy Research and CREATe would like to invite you to the Technology Capacity Building Event on Tuesday 17th & Wednesday 18th June 2014. As the RCUK centre for copyright and new business models in the creative economy, CREATe entails engagement between a broad range of disciplines. In particular, the Te in CREATe stands for Technology and so we invite you to participate in the second CREATe Researchers Conference and Capacity Building Event. The aims of this event are: To share results from projects whose focus relates in some way to digital technology and the Internet To facilitate networking across CREATe projects To assess possible needs for specific future training For more information on the Agenda or to register … Continue reading

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Research Perspectives on the Public Domain

Research Perspectives on the Public Domain Date: 11th October 2013 Time: 9:00 – 13:00 Venue: Library @ The Wellington Church, 77 Southpark Avenue, Glasgow G12 8LE (just opposite the main campus of the University of Glasgow). A concept that bridges Intellectual property law, cultural studies, economics, literature and genre studies, the public domain encompasses the massive body of cultural ideas and artistic works that are outside of copyright and normally available for creative uptake by new users. Controversial issues in urgent need of research include the effect of copyright term extension on creative production, the availability and use of ‘orphan’ works, the legal status of adaptation and user-generated content and economic decision-making by authors and audiences around the uptake of public domain … Continue reading

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Brexit and Copyright series: the Case for a Related Right for Press Publishers

This digital resource is supported through an ESRC/ University of Glasgow IAA Grant ES/M500471/1 (2017) for the project titled ‘The modernisation of EU copyright rules in light of BREXIT’. ‘Brexit and Copyright’ as part of CREATe Public Lectures On September 14th 2016, the European Commission presented a package of proposed copyright reforms under the banner of promoting a Digital Single Market (DSM). Amongst others, the proposal includes an exclusive right of press publishers for the digital publication of their press publications. Academics have argued that aspects of the proposed EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, such as the press publishers right, lacks a justification, will be harmful for access to information and digital dissemination of news. This view … Continue reading

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