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A movie documenting the process of recording of a video interview about the use of video as a means of documenting learning processes :-)

 

 

Animation movie on Xtranormal about the technology offered at Nottingham U

 

 

Comments (3)

Kirstyjisclegal said

at 12:33 pm on Sep 16, 2010

Hello Guerillas
One of the points we discussed was how using video can supplement research findings for learners- especially communicating results in a meaningful way which students can engage with. An example I like which i used as a visual aid in the discussion was from a recent survey by Consumer Focus, which you can view here:
http://www.consumerfocus.org.uk/campaigns/copyright
Including this in our recroding rasied some legal issues to note, which I will outline below. I hope this information helps and when our gets put up you will hopefully see how we navigated these issues!
Kirsty McLaughlin
JISC Legal

Kirstyjisclegal said

at 12:36 pm on Sep 16, 2010

The key legal point to consider is consent of third parties when using their personal data or copyright in a video- consent can be given orally as part of the video- as we did in our group- each member giving oral permission for their image and opinions to be used in the video. The members of the public used in the Consumer focus video may have done something similar or used a consent form. There is a model consent form for lecture capture (p.13) in this guidance doc which gives you an idea. There are other examples on the internet too. This is a key legal consideration when using video in education when recording third parties. Students and staff will also need to give consent.
http://www.jisclegal.ac.uk/Portals/12/Documents/PDFs/Recording%20Lectures.pdf
There is more guidance on the website http://www.jisclegal.ac.uk/ and you can always contact JISC Legal with any questions regarding using mobile devices in the classroom or recording teaching sessions.

Kirstyjisclegal said

at 12:38 pm on Sep 16, 2010

Finally another interesting legal point to note that came up in our session was making a 'new copy' of copyright material in your video by recording a clip of another video or copyright work. If you are showing or using copyright material (like the consumer focus video I showed in our discussion) if this is merely being recorded in the background 'incidentally' this does not infringe copyright. However if the recording of our discussion actually directly filmed a section of the consumer focus video- we would be effectively making a new copy of that section of the video- which does breach copyright- unless we had been given express permission by consumer focus to make this 'new' copy of their work in advance.
Some info on incidental inclusion:
http://www.copyrightservice.co.uk/copyright/p09_fair_use
If you are recording or including any third party copyright material when using video you will need to get prior permission from the owner to do this- or find ways to work around this.

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