Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor
London School of Economics and Political Science
Dr Jane Secker is Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City University. London and the former Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor at LSE where she provided advice and support for staff and students. She is Chair of the CILIP Information Literacy Group and the author of several books, including Copyright and E-learning a guide for Practitioners. The second edition of this book was published June 2016, co-authored with Chris Morrison.
Her research interests include digital and information literacy, copyright education and the role of technologies in supporting learning. She is a Honorary Fellow of CILIP, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and co-founder of the Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC). She devised A New Curriculum for Information Literacy (ANCIL) with Emma Coonan which is framework for supporting learning in higher education and has written and spoken widely on her research. Jane has been a member of the Universities UK Copyright Working Group since 2006, which negotiates licenses for the higher education sector with bodies such as the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA). Jane and Chris maintain the website UK Copyright Literacy and tweet as @UKCopyrightLit
The relatively new exception to copyright law that we enjoy in the UK, permitting text and data mining (TDM) for the purposes of non-commercial res
The second edition of the 2010 book Copyright and E-learning: a guide f
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