Victoria Stobo

  • Profile

    Email: victoria.stobo@glasgow.ac.uk
    Project Title: Archives, Digitisation and Copyright
    Lead Supervisor: Martin Kretschmer
    Second Supervisor(s): Ian G. Anderson

    Research Interests:

    • Oral History
    • Archives
    • Information and Knowledge Management

  • Biography

    At art school I was interested in artists who appropriated copyright and public domain material to create new works, and I used archive material and creative commons licences in my own work. I spent four years working in a variety of archives, museums, libraries and galleries, before qualifying as an archivist in 2012, taking an MSc in Information Management and Preservation at HATII, University of Glasgow. I joined CREATe, School of Law, as a Research Assistant working on Copyright & Risk: Scoping the Wellcome Digital Library project, before starting the linked PhD study, Archives, Digitisation and Copyright, in September 2013. I also work as Copyright Policy Advisor for the Scottish Council on Archives, representing them at the World Intellectual Property Organisation and providing CPD training for the Scottish archives sector.

  • Outputs

    Publications

    Archives and Copyright: Risk and Reform, Ronan Deazley, Victoria Stobo, CREATe Working Paper No. 3, 2013
    Copyright & Risk: Scoping the Wellcome Digital Library Project Project Report, Ronan Deazley, Ian Anderson, Victoria Stobo, CREATe Working Paper No. 10, 2013
    Archives and Copyright: Developing an Agenda for Reform, Ronan Deazley, Victoria Stobo, CREATe Working Paper 14/4, 2014

    Conference Presentations

    Copyright and Risk: Digitising Archive Collections, Victoria Stobo, Archives 2.0: Saving the Past, Anticipating the Future, National Media Museum, Bradford, November 26th 2014
    Copyright, Archives and Libraries, Victoria Stobo, CREATe All Hands, House for an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, September 15th 2014
    Archives, Digitisation and Copyright, Victoria Stobo, CREATe All Hands, House for an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, September 15th 2014
    Poster for CREATe Project WP 1B.2 (Archives, Digitisation and Copyright), Victoria Stobo, CREATe All Hands Conference 2015, House for An Art Lover, Glasgow, September 15th 2014
    Surviving, thriving, evolving? A snapshot of current Records-related Research (Panel), Victoria Stobo, Archives and Records Association Annual Conference 2014, Hilton Gateshead, Newcastle, August 28th 2014
    Copyright, Risk and Orphan Works, Victoria Stobo, 29th Annual BILETA Conference, University of East Anglia, April 15th 2014
    To Search or Not to Search: Digitising Archive Collections, Ronan Deazley, Victoria Stobo, Digitisation, Public Domain and Informational Monopolies Symposium, CIPPM, University of Bournemouth, April 10th 2014
    More than just data standards: We need to talk about the 'C' word, Ronan Deazley, Victoria Stobo, UK Archives Discovery Forum, The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, London, March 27th 2014
    Copyright and Photographs: Digitisation and Risk, Ronan Deazley, Victoria Stobo, Business Archives Council for Scotland Photographs Training Day, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, Edinburgh, November 22nd 2013
    Copyright & Risk: Scoping the Wellcome Digital Library, Victoria Stobo, 3rd University of Liverpool Archives and Records Management PhD Conference (22-24th July 2013), University of Liverpool, July 23rd 2013
    Archives and Copyright: Risk and Reform, Ronan Deazley, Victoria Stobo, BILETA 2013, Liverpool, UK, April 11th 2013
  • Teaching

    MSc Information Management & Preservation in the Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute (HATII), University of Glasgow

    Courses:

    • Law and Cultural Institutions (Co-convenor)
    • Description, Cataloguing and Navigation (GTA)
    • Dissertation (GTA)

     

  • Awards

    £6000 Research Grant (PI) from Archives and Records Association UK & Ireland towards the creation of a set of digital conference proceedings for Archives and Copyright: Developing an Agenda for Reform, held at the Wellcome Trust, 27th September 2013.

    £1500 Research Grant (CI) from British and Irish Legal Education and Technology Association (BILETA) towards the creation of a set of digital conference proceedings for Archives and Copyright: Developing an Agenda for Reform, held at the Wellcome Trust, 27th September 2013.

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Archives and Copyright digital proceedings now available!

On 27th September 2013, CREATe, in conjunction with the Wellcome Trust, the Archives and Records Association, and the British and Irish Legal Education and Technology Association, sponsored a symposium on Archives and Copyright which was co-organised by Professor Ronan Deazley and CREATe postgraduate researcher Victoria Stobo. A website, featuring video presentations and resources from the day is now available, including an interactive transcript of the event. The symposium proceedings will also be made available as a CREATe Working Paper.

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CREATe London event to set Copyright Reform Agenda for Archives

Preparations are now well under way for the Archives & Copyright: Developing an Agenda for Reform conference which is due to be held at the Wellcome Library on the 27th September 2013. Registration opened in June and reached capacity at the beginning of July; clearly copyright law continues to be a matter of real concern for the UK archive community. The proposed library and archives exceptions to UK copyright law are currently under draft review, and consideration of these forthcoming legislative changes will occupy much of the discussion on the third panel of the conference programme. Robin Stout and Nick Munn, of the Intellectual Property Office, will present the latest iterations of the draft exceptions, while also speaking to the … Continue reading

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Extracts from Panel Discussion “Copyright, and the Regulation of Orphan Works” held on 02/07/2013

Orphans-event-arnold_with_screenToday, we publish a summary, transcript and resource page which captures the panel discussion on regulation of orphan works held at the Law Society (London) on 2nd July 2013. The panel discussion followed the launch of an empirical report, titled “Copyright, and the Regulation of Orphan Works” published for the UK IPO by academics from Bournemouth University and CREATe, RCUK Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy. The event, organized jointly by the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) and CREATe, generated considerable debate. We are now providing a summary of the day’s proceedings for further comment and analysis.


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