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So, can I use that or not? Navigating rights, reproductions, and risk in an OpenGLAM world

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Simon Tanner's presentation for the panel at MCN2016.
Co-presenters Andrea Wallace, Ronan Deazley, Liz Neely, Peter Jaszi and Anne Young

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So, can I use that or not? Navigating rights, reproductions, and risk in an OpenGLAM world

  1. 1. Professor Simon Tanner Digital Humanities, King’s College London Twitter: @SimonTanner So, can I use that or not? Navigating rights, reproductions, and risk in an OpenGLAM world
  2. 2. http://displayatyourownrisk.org/
  3. 3. Open GLAM: The Rewards (and Some Risks) of Digital Sharing for the Public Good By Simon Tanner http://displayatyourownrisk.org/tanner/ @fredsaunderson
  4. 4. Reproduction charging models & rights policy for digital images in American art museums A Mellon Foundation study by Simon Tanner, 2004 http://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/files/48081293/USMuseum_SimonTanner.pdf  Is control over the way an image of an artwork owned by the museum is used, represented and credited the most important priority to the museum?  Is the fidelity of the image to the original artwork as important a priority as controlling its use?  Is promotion of the museum’s collections as important a priority?  Does scholarly and educational use of an artwork (especially one in the public domain) ever contradict or supersede the need to control its representation and use?  Does serving the internal needs of the museum ever contradict or supersede the need to control the representation of artworks?  Does recouping service costs or making a surplus ever contradict or supersede the need for control? Is there a sum of money at which the museum would relax such control?  Are providing high fidelity images with an appropriate license for the museum and the wider communities use more important than how much the service costs to run? @SimonTanner
  5. 5. http://simon-tanner.blogspot.com/2016/10/DAC.html @roblancefield
  6. 6. @SimonTanner
  7. 7. @SimonTanner
  8. 8. How do we genuinely offer democratisation in a digital domain when people are struggling to: Democratisation & Contested Spaces @SimonTanner Be Belong Build identity Be: Recognised Believed Understood Understand Heard
  9. 9. http://pro.europeana.eu/publication/impact-assessment-case-study
  10. 10. Professor Simon Tanner Digital Humanities, King’s College London Twitter: @SimonTanner So, can I use that or not? Navigating rights, reproductions, and risk in an OpenGLAM world

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