JISC legal podcasts

December 9, 2010 at 5:22 pm | Posted in lecture recording | Leave a comment
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JISC Legal have released a podcast in which Jackie Milne and John X Kelly discuss some of the issues covered in their recent guidance notes. It lasts 12 minutes and covers a good deal of ground; the key point I noted was the need to encourage tutors to make greater use of resources with open-access or permissive Creative Commons licences, therby avoiding all the problems that arise when third-party resources are used in lectures that are being recorded.

The Panopto pages on the iSolutions website have been updated to include the latest advice from our own Legal Services – in particular see our detailed advice on the use of Creative Commons resources.

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