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A Game of Copyright

Using games in teaching to enhance understanding of copyright law

Annette Moore

on 9 October 2016

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Transcript of A Game of Copyright

Can I Copy?
Using games in staff development
Why use Games for Learning?
Motivation and competition
Active engagement
A trigger for discussion
Teamwork and collaboration
Can I Copy?
Copyright Workshop Aims
Copyright basics refresher
Introduce the changes to copyright law
Active engagement
Game Research
Type of game:
digital, traditional-style board games or card games.

time, cost, technical skills, resources

A copyright game of snakes and ladders
The Game Board
The Players
Reflections on using the game
Good feedback from library staff
Very lively session with lots of discussion
Session could have been a little longer - game took 35 to 40 minutes to play
Easily adaptable to new questions or updates
Overall, worked well for library staff in this context but could consider introducing shorter game elements into training session or a game that involves more decision making opportunities for players
Snakes and Ladders Scenarios
Rules of the game
A copyright game of snakes and ladders
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