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Paper ID: 2741

IPR for grid Education and Training
Fergusson,David Atkinson,Malcolm.P

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Year: 2007
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Contributing Organisation(s): Open Grid Forum, National eScience Centre
Field of Science: Computer Science

URL: http://www.gridforum.org/gf/event_schedule/index.php?id=533

Abstract: This session will be aimed at exploring the issues related to Intellectual property management for grid training and education materials and services. The expected output is a recommendations document with: 1. Recommendations on the existing standards which should be supported 2. Recommendations on where standards need to be developed or extended 3. Policy recommendations to institutions, national and international bodies This session will be aimed at exploring the issues related to Intellectual property management for grid training and education materials and services. As the amount of materials and the services available to support remote learning about and using grids increases and matures, it is clear that one of the most important bottlenecks is the clarification of policies and mechanisms for IPR management. Much of this material and effort is derived from the activities of academics. While individual projects may have clear policies for re-use and dissemination of materials created specifically for that project; in general higher education institutions (which own all of the output of their academic staff) are currently investigating the implications of distributed technologies for their business models. The development of recommendations in this area is therefore extremely timely as it can be used ot feed into the policy development process of institutions, and also national and international bodies to support the cooperative efforts which have already developed in this area. The expected output is a recommendations document with: 1. Recommendations on the existing standards which should be supported 2. Recommendations on where standards need to be developed or extended 3. Policy recommendations to institutions, national and international bodies Agenda: 1. Welcome 2. Introduction and definition of scope 3. Repositories, IPR and project policy 4. Discussion and document drafting

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