What does a CLA Designated Person do?
The role of the CLA Co-ordinator is vitally important as they are the main point of contact within the department for the Copyright Team (Charlotte Greasley and Funmike Ifie). The role includes making sure the latest CLA notices are displayed by the photocopiers and being able to direct staff to the Copyright Team if any copyright issues or concerns arise. Our email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
In previous years the CLA Co-ordinator would help to oversee and collect the details of all digital scans made over the course of the academic year. These would be centrally reported on an annual basis to the CLA. However, this element of the role is no longer required. Now the Library uses the CLA’s Digital Content Store which automatically reports the scans and CLA Co-ordinators no longer need to request this information from the academics in their departments. Scans of book chapters or journal articles must be made through the Library.
If you are a CLA Co-ordinator and would like more help and advice then please email Charlotte and Funmike at email@example.com for an informal chat.
Who is the CLA Designated Person in my Department or School?
|Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering||Sue Rolland|
|Arts, English and Drama||Deborah Burton|
|Business and Economics||Sharon Bennett|
|Chemical Engineering||Tom Carslake|
|Civil and Building Engineering||Caroline Neale|
|Computer Science||Yasmin Phillips|
|Library||All members of Library staff|
|Mathematical Sciences and Mathematics Education Centres||Yasmin Phillips|
|Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering||Julie Bouazza-Marouf|
|Politics, History and International Relations||Meg Shepherd|
|Social Sciences||Marie Joyce|
|Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences||Beth Lomas|
For more information please contact the University Copyright Advisors:
Ring: 01509 222399 (Monday-Wednesday) or 01509 222351 (Wednesday-Friday)
Last updated by C Greasley 6th December 2018
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