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Rights Technical Design


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Update on technical considerations for Europeana/DPLA Rights Working Group

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Rights Technical Design

  1. 1. Rights Technical Design @DPLAFest 2015 Karen Estlund April 18, 2015
  2. 2. Common Namespace
  3. 3. Class for Rights Statements dcterms:rightsStatement A statement about the intellectual property rights (IPR) held in or over a Resource, a legal document giving official permission to do something with a resource, or a statement about access rights.
  4. 4. URI Design ic-donor-restrictions/1.0/US/ Jurisdiction is optional
  5. 5. Machine & Human Read-able rsdotorg:ic a dcterms:RightsStatement ; skos:prefLabel "In Copyright"@en ; skos:closeMatch <> ; skos:definition "This digital object is protected by copyright and/or related rights. Use of this digital object is subject to the licensing conditions set by the rightsholder and/or organization giving access to it."@en ; skos:scopeNote "This rights statement is applicable when users have free (as in gratis), direct and full access to the digitised object. Access is granted subject to the licensing conditions described the on the data provider's website."@en ; skos:relatedMatch premiscopy:cpr ; dcterms:hasVersion "1.0" ; dc:creator "Digital Public Library of America and Europeana Rights Working Group" ; dc:identifier "ic" .
  6. 6. Object in DPLA
  7. 7. Object in Local Implementation using LOD - Machine Readable View University of California San Diego Library Example
  8. 8. Object in Local Implementation using LOD edm:rights dc:rights
  9. 9. dc:rights edm:rights Object in Local Implementation
  10. 10. Technical Working Group Members • Valentine Charles ‐ Europeana, Data R&D Coordinator • Esmé Cowles ‐ University of California San Diego Library, Lead Developer • Karen Estlund ‐ University of Oregon Libraries, Head, Digital Scholarship Center • Antoine Isaac – Europeana, R&D Manager • Tom Johnson – DPLA, Metadata & Platform Architect • Matt Lee – Creative Commons • Mark A. Matienzo – DPLA, Director of Technology • Patrick Peiffer – Bibliothèque Nationale de Luxembourg • Richard J. Urban – Florida State University College of Communication & Information, Assistant Professor • Maarten Zeinstra – Kennisland, advisor copyright and technology