Licensed to death? Are your contracts killing collaboration? JIBS event and AGM

JIBS User Group, in conjunction with Eduserv and JISC Collections.

Wednesday 2nd April 2014 - Chancellors Room, Hughes Parry Hall, 19 - 26 Cartwright Gardens, London WC1H 9EF

10:00 registration and refreshments
10:30 Welcome and housekeeping, Elizabeth McHugh, JIBS User Group.
10:35 Jeremy Upton, University of St Andrews, Keynote speaker - Collaboration and co-operation: do we all want the same things?
11:15 Speaker: Martyn Jansen, Contracts & Legal Manager, Eduserv. Licensing – the teenage years – Muddled, Mucky and Misunderstood
11:45 Jason Miles-Campbell, JISC Legal. Licensing. Making the minefield manageable. Honest.
12:15 lunch
13:00 JIBS User Group AGM
13:30 Case studies – Matthew Lawson, Middlesex University. One Way or Another – managing support for partners and overseas campuses at Middlesex University
13:50 Case studies – Anna Franca , King’s College London. Extending ejournal access for the NHS – The King’s College London experience
14:10 Case studies – Stephen Harvey, Hertford Regional College. Herfordshire HE Consortium: HE partnerships with FE
14:30 Tea
14:50 Case studies – Fiona Bowtell, Open University. Managing different user groups through licensing and technology.
15:10 Panel discussion with publishers.
15:45 Closing remarks
16:00 close