On 24th May 2016 the first Copyright Education Symposium – sponsored by CREATe, ALCS, CLA, ERA, PRS for Music, the Industry Trust for IP Awareness and supported by the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) – was held at the offices of the British Recorded Music Industry (BPI) in London. To inform the discussions during the event, CREATe commissioned Hayleigh Bosher (PhD, Bournemouth University) to develop An Explorative Review of Copyright Education: Studies and Resources, which was published today as a CREATe Working Paper. Together with the Working Paper, CREATe is launching a resource page on the Copyright Education Symposium 2016. The resource page includes a summary of the day, notes from the series of parallel workshop sessions, a short video featuring students from University of Hertfordshire expressing their views on copyright education, and an agreed statement from the participants on how evidence and best practice might enhance copyright education.
Whether you attended the Copyright Education Symposium 2016 or just visited the resource page at the link above, we would like to hear your views. Please complete the survey and help us plan the next Copyright Education Symposium.