- case study 6
- copyright policies 4
- Display At Your Own Risk 3
- digital archives 3
- Andrea Wallace 2
- EU Orphan Works Directive 2
- Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks Digitisation Project 2
- Ronan Deazley 2
- best practices 2
- fair use 2
- Andrew T. Kenyon 2
- Emily Hudson 2
- Victoria Stobo 2
- Abigail Bunce 1
- Andrea Wallace 1
- Andrew F. Christie 1
- Bob Garfield 1
- Brooke Gladstone 1
- CREATe RCUK Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy 1
- Caroline Herbert 1
- ENG 17
- In Copyright 17
- This podcast discusses a future impacted by insufficient media storage and the very real risk of encountering a digital dark age.
- This podcast raises interesting issues about the risk of reliance on digital media for data storage and archival purposes and how copyright might play into those issues in the future.
Copyright and Cultural Institutions: Guidelines for Digitization for U.S. Libraries, Archives, and Museums
- with copyright law. It addresses the basics of copyright law and the exclusive rights of the copyright owner, the major exemptions used by cultural heritage institutions, and stresses the importance of “risk assessment” when conducting any digitization project
- This article reports on the research-led exhibition experiment Display at Your Own Risk, which explores institutional practices when making works in the public domain available online and whether rights and reuse information is easily accessible
- Display At Your Own Risk
The ethics of archive acquisitions: why couldn’t an important collection of British trans history stay in the UK?
British Invasion: Importing the United Kingdom's Orphan Works Solution to United States Copyright Law
- and UK levels; issues with licensing bodies; orphan works and related risk management strategies. Within the various copyright issues facing early stages of digitization projects, particular attention was devoted to recent reforms in the area of orphan
- This report from the Mobile Collections Project considers how copyright law affects digital cultural collections, through licensing, orphan works, and risk managed approaches to rights clearance.