CREATe co-produced resources will be grouped under three headings:
- What constitutes evidence for copyright policy?
ESRC Evidence Symposium 8 November 2012
(CREATe working paper No. 1)
- wiki (coming soon)
- Contextualizing New Business Models – Case studies of business models in the transition from analogue to digital, and “born digital” ventures (Proceedings of the CREATe launch conference, 1 February 2013)
- ESRC funded web resource on the exploitation of TV Formats
- Educational portal with multimedia tools for use by media industry professionals, freelancers, and the public (coming soon)
- Digital archive of primary sources on copyright from the invention of the printing press (c. 1450) to the Berne Convention (1886), focusing on key materials from Renaissance Italy (Venice, Rome), France, the German speaking countries, Britain and the United States. Spain has been added in 2012. Sources from The Netherlands are currently being prepared.
Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900)
Links to Cognate Research
- Merrill & Raduchel (eds) (2013). Copyright in the Digital Era: Building Evidence for Policy.
- Ghafele & Gibert (2012). The Economic Value of Fair Use in Copyright Law
- Karaganis, J. & Renkema, L. (2013). Where do Music Collections Come From: Copy Culture in the USA and Germany
- OFCOM (2012). Online Copyright Infringement Tracker Benchmark Study
- Poort, J. & Leenheer, J. (eds.) (2012). File sharing 2©12: Downloading from illegal sources in the Netherlands, Amsterdam: Institute for Information Law (IViR) & CentERdata
- The six business models for copyright infringements (2012), A study by Google and PRS for Music (conducted by BAE Systems Detica)
- Saxby & Goldberg, (2013). Harry Saul Bloom (1913-1981)
- Schlesinger (2013). Expertise, the academy and the governance of cultural policy
- SCA/ Ithaka S+R Report: Sustaining Our Digital Future
CREATe Work Packages
CREATe Pre-launch Consultation
This document provides a concise summary of pre-launch consultation work undertaken by EKOS on behalf of the University of Glasgow. The aim of the consultation was to seek initial input from a range of existing and potential non-research partners on:
- the relevance and value of the initiative and its proposed research programme;
- ways in which non-research partners would like to be involved, and how productive collaboration might be developed;
- the launch event planned, including useful topics to be covered and partners’ interest in attending or being involved in other ways; and
- the most effective means of communicating with non-research partners as the project develops.
The consultation informed the curation of the launch conference on 31 January / 1 February 2013, and the design of CREATe’s digital platform strategy.