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Welcome to the JISC Legal guidance page for tutors and lecturers.  If you're looking for information on how copyright law affects your ability to include other people's materials in your online learning resources, if you're concerned about the implications of putting learners' personal information into digital records, or the accessibility law implications of using Web 2.0, you'll find resources here to help you.

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Latest News

Data Protection for Work Based Learning (31 December 2014)

This Q and A provides an overview of data protection and how it may apply in a variety of scenarios relevant to work based learning (WBL) providers.

e-Safety and the Law for Work Based Learning (31 December 2014)

This Q and A provides an overview of e-safety and how it applies in a variety of scenarios relevant to work based learning (WBL) providers.

Copyright for Work Based Learning (31 December 2014)

This Q and A provides an overview of copyright law and how it applies in a variety of scenarios relevant to work based learning (WBL) providers.

Latest Events
Scottish Council on Archives - Copyright and Cultural Heritage 2.0 (2 February 2014, Edinburgh)

This conference is takes an objective look at copyright in the digital age.