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This guide sets out the key steps and decisions involved in dealing with the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and licensing issues associated with content generation and/or use. It has been developed to accompany the numbered resources contained within the SCA IPR and Licensing Toolkit http://sca.jiscinvolve.org/ipr-publications
These free guides are intended to assist teachers, students and researchers in creating digital media (still images, sound and video). Creating digital media could involve a photo shoot, a video or audio interview, a screencast, a podcast or any other type of production.
The guides in this section will help you to consider why and how you might want to create images, sound and video. They also explain what you need to bear in mind when planning, designing and recording.
There are guides to choosing suitable equipment and software to capture and manipulate digital media; professional tips and techniques; and case studies of successful projects.
This resource is based upon the IPR Toolkit created by the JISC-funded Web2Rights Project (www.web2rights.org.uk) and adapted for SCA sponsors and other organisations across the public sector. It is intended to form part of a toolkit, which can be further adapted to suit specific requirements and issued to content creators and content users across the public sector who are responsible for rights management and rights clearances.
Within any rights clearance strategy, it is vital to ensure that any rights, subsequent permissions granted or not granted, rights holders who have not been traced etc, are recorded in an appropriate format to ensure that there is clarity regarding the status of works, crucial information is captured and this information can be easily accessed and shared across a public-sector body. As a means to ensure the information is recorded comprehensively, it is recommended that all information is recorded, including rights for which permission has already been granted.