The CoOL (Copyright and Online Learning) SIG was established in November 2020. The group will focus on copyright issues associated with online learning, digital education, and learning technology. It will also consider broader copyright issuesassociated with access to information.
The group operates as a community of practice and helps to support local communities of practice in the field of copyright, online learning and learning technology.
It will look to develop and recognise copyright expertise within the educational community
- Advocate for copyright literacy within the community and more broadly.
- Support activities in line with ALT’s strategic aims
- Share ALT’s values of being participative, open, collaborative, innovative, inclusive and transparent
The SIG officers are:
Co-Chairs: Jane Secker (City, University of London) and Chris Morrison (University of Kent)
Co-Secretary: Jenny Greene (University of Bangor), Caroline Lloyd (University of Nottingham)
Events coordinator: Elizabeth Charles (Birkbeck, University of London), Shazia Arif (Brunel,University of London)
Marketing and communications officer: Greg Walters (Glasgow University)
Legal expert: Emily Hudson (Kings College London)
International networking: Kyle Courtney (Harvard University), Melanie Johnson (Universityof Auckland), Irene Barranco Garcia (University of Greenwich)
Other Officers: Samantha Ahern (UCL), Stephen Penton (City, University of London), Deborah Ferns (University of Strathclyde), Chris Jones (University of Reading), KateVasili (Middlesex University), Neil Sprunt (Manchester University), Hannah Pyman (University of Essex), Erica Wine (Coventry University), Sarah Barkla (Bodleian Libraries,University of Oxford), Charlie Farley (University of Edinburgh), Lorna Campbell (University of Edinburgh), Bart Meletti (Learning on Screen), Scott Pryor (Cardiff University)
To become a member of the cOOL SIG, please click on the link below
Please visit our Twitter @ALTCoOLSIG to join in the conversation and keep up to date with the latest news relation to the group.
We are developing a dedicated community space and blog which will be available here soon.