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Museum Skills: Equipping Museums for the new General Data Protection Regula...

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Exeter Community Centre

17 St Davids Hill

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***Please note due to anticipated demand for this session, a maximum of x1 delegate per organisation is permitted***


In May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will substantially impact the handling of personal data. This will affect how data is collected, used and shared by museum staff, trustees and volunteers. Naomi Korn will help you understand what this means for your museum and how you should prepare for the changes.


What will be covered?

  • Data Protection and what is the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) due to be implemented in 2018
  • The types of personal data and associated activities covered by Data Protection legislation – both now and under the 2018 changes
  • Understand how the 2018 changes will impact on your museum


Who should attend?

This briefing is aimed at:

  • Staff and volunteers
  • Trustees


By the end of this briefing you will have:


  •  A raised data protection awareness
  •  An understanding of how data protection is enforced and the risks of non-compliance
  •  Know your rights, your obligations and who is responsible for what
  •  Know how to ensure and maintain full compliance with all present and future DP regulations
  •  Receive answers to your own data protection queries


Support towards Museum Accreditation:

Organisational Health

  • 1.4 Effective forward planning
  • 1.4.4 Consultation and analysis of views


Collections

  • 2.2 Development policy
  • 2.2.5 Information about the legal and ethical framework for acquisition and disposal of items


Users and their experiences

  • 3.1 Users and their experiences
  • 3.1.1 Understand who its users and non-users are
  • 3.1.2 Evaluate and analyse information to assess users’ needs


Naomi Korn is one of the leading UK experts in copyright, compliance, rights and licensing working with a variety of clients across the UK. Naomi is the former Chair, Libraries and Archives Copyright Alliance (LACA) from 2013 – 2017. During this period, she led the reform of the UK’s copyright laws on behalf of the cultural heritage sector, which resulting in new UK exceptions to copyright in 2014. She has also regularly represented the interests of the sector to UK Government Ministers and she regularly sits on Government advisory groups. Naomi is a Trustee of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professional (CILIP), the second largest professional organisation for librarians in the world. Since 2012 Naomi has set the program and chaired the CILIP annual Copyright Conference. Together with Anne Buky, Naomi recently travelled to China for the British Council lecturing on copyright at the UK-China conference for Commercial Enterprise and Copyright Protection. Naomi is a visiting lecturer at City University, University College London and Kingston University. Naomi established NKCC in 2003, after having overseen copyright at the Tate from 2000 – 2003. Twitter: @nkorn


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