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					                                                        Intellectual Property
                                                        Outreach to Faculty:
                                                        A Case Study




                                                        Sharon E. Farb
                                                        UCLA Library




July 15, 2006   Copyright and Scholarly Communication
      "It became clear to me," says Mr. Koonin,
       "that copyright is the linchpin" of the vast
       system of scholarly communication. "If
       you're going to change that system,
       copyright is the nexus that you have to go
       after."


      Steven E. Koonin, Provost of the California Institute of
       Technology. Chronicle of Higher Education. September 18,
       1998


July 15, 2006             Copyright and Scholarly Communication
Library Copyright Helpline: An Instrumental Case Study


  . … The context of the case involves situating the case
  within its setting, which may be a physical setting or the
  social, historical, and/or economic setting for the
  case. The focus may be on the case that, because of
  its uniqueness, requires study (intrinsic case study), or
  it may be on an issue or issues, with the case used
  instrumentally to illustrate the issue (an instrumental
  case study)


  J. W. Creswell. (1998). Qualitative inquiry and research design: choosing among
  five traditions. pp. 61-62
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Digital is Different
 Copyright controls “copying” and “copies” of creative
  expression
 Every use in digital environment creates a “copy”
 Every use potentially implicated or controlled by
  copyright
 Libraries throughout time--mission provides long-term
  access and use of collections and dissemination of
  knowledge
 Faculty need to know their rights in order to manage and
  use their own intellectual property
       It all starts with the mission…
                 UC Policy on Copyright Ownership
 Section I.
 Preamble


 “The creation of copyrighted works is one of the
  ways the University fulfills its mission of contributing
  to the body of knowledge for the public good. The
  University encourages the creation of original works
  of authorship and the free expression and exchange
  of ideas.”

 http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/copyright/systemwide/pcoi.html

 July 15, 2006            Copyright and Scholarly Communication
Know Your Institutional Policies


 “A complete transfer of copyright to a
  publisher restricts a faculty member's
  right to use the work in future teaching
  and research. UC faculty members
  facing this situation should not hesitate
  to try to negotiate new terms.”


    UC Policy on Copyright Ownership
     http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/copyright/ownership.html#b

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Know the Legal Context
What exclusive rights does a copyright owner have?


 Make copies of the work
 Make derivative works based on the original work
 Distribute the work
 Perform the work publicly
 Display the work in a commercial setting In the case of
  visual works, the author also has the right to:
 Claim authorship of the work (attribution)
 Prevent others from attributing distorted works to original
  author (integrity) The owner of a copyright may license
  these rights to others.


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UCLA Copyright Helpline Pilot

 #1 suggestion from faculty: need for copyright
  help
 Pilot designed to assess and evaluate
 Pilot conducted Winter Quarter 2006
 Preliminary assessment and analysis




July 15, 2006     Copyright and Scholarly Communication
Purpose of the Pilot
 To determine the nature and scope of demand
  for assistance and information on copyright
  management for faculty
 Not to give legal advice *
 Pilot ran 6 weeks (Feb-March 2006)
 Soft roll out: Library News for Faculty, Faculty
  Symposium Attendees, Library Liaisons
 N= 25 faculty, N= 21 librarians


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  Disclaimer : Collaborate with Campus Counsel




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Preliminary Findings


    Broad interest in copyright information
    3 areas copyright concern
    Resource intensive
    Relationship with Campus Counsel (25% of
     required vetting through Campus Counsel)




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                                             AREAS OF COPYRIGHT QUESTIONS




                        Fair Use Classroom
                             Instruction
                                22%




                                                                            Authors Agreements and
                                                                                   Licensing
                                                                                      50%




                Copyright Ownership and
                        Duration
                          28%




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                                                 Communication
                              FACULTY DEPARTMENTS: Numbers of contacts




           Chemistry
           Economics
           English
           Film/TV
           Germanic
           History
           Info Studies
           Linguistics
           Math
           Medicine
           Musicology
           Physical Sci
           Statistics




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                             Communication
Next Steps
 Complete Analysis of Copyright Helpline Pilot
 Investigate what other colleges and universities
  are doing re copyright help for faculty
 Draft report
 Meet with Symposium and Campus Partners




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July 15, 2006   Copyright and Scholarly Communication
Copyright News

 Section 108
 Virtual libraries and archives
 Premises
 Archiving, digital preservation
  and access to web and digital
  information
 Interlibrary loan, e-reserves

 Orphan Works
 House Judiciary




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