Creative Reuse at Kent: Fair Dealing in Education and Research

University of Kent

The University of Kent is celebrating its strong tradition of creative reuse as part of international Fair Use / Fair Dealing Week.

About this event

For the first time the University of Kent will be taking part in Fair Dealing Week – a celebration of the flexibility in copyright law that allows creative reuse of copyright material. We will demonstrate how research, education and engagement at Kent are all underpinned by a copyright literacy strategy and associated policy which encourage Kent staff and students to make informed use of legal provisions.

This event will take place online (via MS Teams) from 17:00 to 18:30 GMT on Wednesday 23 February with the following draft programme:

  • Introduction from Professor Richard Reece – Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education and Student Experience) University of Kent and Chair of the Copyright Steering Group
  • The University of Kent Copyright Literacy Strategy and fair dealing – Chris Morrison, Copyright and Licensing Specialist University of Kent
  • A Journey of Creative Reuse in Filmmaking – Dr Richard Misek, Senior Lecturer University of Kent School of Arts and independent film maker
  • Teaching Digital Arts students through games and play – Dr Alexandra Covaci, Lecturer University of Kent School of Engineering and virtual reality researcher
  • Parody, pastiche, pandemic songs and copyright – Dr Ben Marsh, Reader University of Kent School of History and musical director of the Marsh Family internet sensation. In conversation with Chris Morrison and Dr Jane Secker (co-founders

Register online for this event