Tagged With: mass digitisation

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Research
With Enough Eyeballs All Searches are Diligent: Mobilizing the Crowd in Copyright Clearance for Mass Digitization
This journal article considers whether elements of the diligent search process for identifying and contacting rightsholders could be remotely delegated to individuals through crowdsourcing.
Maurizio Borghi et al, 2016
Research
Copyright Clearance in the Refugee Studies Centre Digital Library Project
This journal article provides an overview of the copyright issues encountered when digitising a large collection of 20th century materials in the Refugees Studies Centre at the University of Oxford.
Mike Cave et al, 2000
Research
Democratising the Rijksmuseum
This case study examines the Rijksmuseum's decision and steps taken to release its digital surrogates of public domain works online at the highest resolution without any copyright restrictions.
Joris Pekel, 2014
Policy & Evidence
The Impossible Quest: Problems with Diligent Search for Orphan Works
This journal article explores the scope of the diligent search requirement in the EU Directive on certain permitted uses of orphan works across several jurisdictions, and finds that some sources are not freely accessible online.
Marcella Favale et al, 2016
Policy & Evidence
Copyright in the Knowledge Economy
This communication summarises the results of a public consultation on the Green Paper on Copyright in the Knowledge Economy.
European Commission, 2009
Policy & Evidence
Copyright, and the Regulation of Orphan Works: A comparative review of seven jurisdictions and a rights clearance simulation
This report provides an overview of different orphan works regimes across six jurisdictions, and presents the results of a rights clearance simulation using those different mechanisms.
Marcella Favale et al, 2013