Data Protection for Library Staff [Event Ref. No. TG2/DP]
Date(s) - 31/03/2011
Who should attend?
This event is aimed at those with an interest in Data Protection, and those that deal with data protection as part of their roles at work.
What will the event cover?
The event will highlight the service that JISC Legal provides covering data protection, the legalities of data protection and also will include case studies from one or possibly two institutions concerning data protection policies and procedures.
Jason Miles-Campbell, Service Manager, JISC Legal, University of Strathclyde.
Jason joined JISC Legal in 2004 as the Service Manager. JISC Legal’s role is to ensure that legal issues do not become a barrier to the development and adoption of new information and communication technologies in the UK further and higher education sectors. Jason’s job is to efficiently allocate the Service’s resources to the many demands on its expertise, to lead in terms of the Service’s front line work, and to contribute to the development of its strategy.
Jason studied English Law and French Law at University College London in the dark and distant past. In 1994 he became a lecturer in law, specialising in European law, consumer law, and then IT law, and his ten years’ experience in higher education included a stint as head of department. In 2004, he moved on to join JISC Legal, and has been assisting the further and higher education sectors in his current role since. In 2008, he added an LL.M. in IT and Telecoms Law from Strathclyde University to his qualifications.
Particular interests include copyright law (including the intricacies of open educational resources), access management legal issues, gadgets, travel, Girls Aloud, and haggis wontons (his culinary speciality).
Colin Penman, Records Manager, Data Protection and Freedom of Information Officer, University College London Records Office.
Colin is a records manager and archivist with experience in public and private sectors, and a specialist in privacy, data protection and freedom of information. He went to UCL from the British Library, though he has worked previously for the NHS.
Lynn Young, Corporate Archivist and Data Protection Manager, The British Library.
Lynn Young is a qualified archivist and records manager who, as Corporate Archivist and Data Protection Manager at the British Library, is responsible for advising the Library on all aspects of privacy and data protection.
Her previous experience includes information governance and compliance at the University of Surrey, and archives and records management at the V&A. Lynn currently chairs the Archives and Records Association’s Legislation and Standards Committee.
1.30: Registration with tea/coffee
1.45: Jason Miles-Campbell, ‘Getting Confident in Compliance – Data Protection for Librarians’
2.30: Colin Penman, ‘Data protection compliance in UCL libraries’
3.15: Short break with tea, coffee & biscuits
3.30: Lynn Young, ‘Between the Covers: Data Protection in a National Library’
4.15: Question time and evaluation of session
Venue: The Hardy Room at the London Mathematical Society, 57-58 Russell Square; Website:
Please note that there are limited places available for this event.
To book a place please use our online booking form or email the administrator via firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: £85 for cpd25 members and £100 for other institutions.
Cancellations less than one week before the event will be charged a 50% cancellation fee. In the event of a ‘no-show’ on the day, the full fee will be charged.