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Perth Museums - Part 3 managing copyright material

Perth Museums - Part 3 managing copyright material






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  • The rights are: Attribution of authorship Share Alike – which requires derivative works to distributed under similar licence terms Noncommercial – which allows only noncommercial uses; and No Derivative Works – which allows all uses other than adaption or changes to the work The most important thing to understand about creative commons is that it does not strip material of copyright, it is a voluntary system that allows people to share and reuse copyright material through the use of generic licences.
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  • PART 3 PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS MANAGING COPYRIGHT MATERIALSeeking permissionsRecording copyright informationCreative Commons
  • Seeking permissionsDevelop a template for permitted uses ofcopyright materialsi.e. Series of tick boxes for the copyright holderlisting permitted uses of material: publicationonline, use in catalogue, marketing materials, etcSee template provided Y is for Yvert & Telier by cliff1066 http://www.flickr.com/photos/nostri-imago/3499126175/
  • Keep detailed copyright recordsContact details for copyright holderCataloguing - Set expiration dates on electronicrecords of items, enable search query oncopyright status – i.e. an automatically updatingdatabase of public domain materialsCentralised storage of permissions
  • Licence your own copyright material under creative commonsEncouraging copyright owners toallow others to share, remix and reusetheir material legally. Attribution CC BY Attribution-Share Alike CC BY-SA Attribution-No Derivative Works CC BY-ND Attribution-Noncommercial CC BY-NC
  • BenefitsCC licences provide global recognition – Flickr, Revver, Blip.tv, as well asGoogle and Yahoo! CC specific search enginesCC licences contain licence-specific technical code, making it easy for otherusers to search for CC licensed contentSupports community building, access to materials, culture of sharingChoosing a licence: http://creativecommons.org/choose/
  • More information on creative commons licensingcreative commons australia - http://creativecommons.org.au/ Collections of CC licensed material: Flickr Europeana Fotopedia Google Google Images Jamendo Open Clip Art Library YouTube Search criteria – “only images labelled for reuse’. Searching CC content on Google Wikimedia Commons SpinXpress
  • Thank youEllen BroadCopyright Law and Policy Adviser t: 02 6262 1273Australian Libraries Copyright Committee w: digital.org.auAustralian Digital Alliance e: ebroad@nla.gov.au