"Digital transitions in the Cultural Heritage Sector"
Understanding the digital future of Cultural Heritage and Research
Sharing collections sustainably and meaningfully: A brief introduction to rights management in cultural organisations
New technologies and the COVID-19 pandemic have undoubtedly changed the cultural content-sharing scene impacting cultural heritage institutions in a considerable manner. Further uses of their collections, new modes of access to the cultural content and even new business models have raised in the digital era.
Considering the entire cultural heritage sector and at its current and future interactions in the accelerated digital era, this session provides a brief introduction to rights management in cultural organizations, and focuses on sharing collections sustainably and meaningfully. The aim is to gather information and to present best practices from cultural institutions on how their cultural content is shared online: from their relationship with rights holders to their relationship with users, through the uses of their cultural resources. The current legal challenges faced by the cultural institutions and the future trends are emphasized through a number of case studies carefully selected to be shared with the audience and generating a direct response from the sector.
This will also give the opportunity to cultural institutions to engage in interesting discussions within the inDICEs participatory platform in the coming future and to connect with other institutions.
Sharing collections and fostering their reuse
10:00 Welcome with Kristina Petrasova (Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision)
10:05 Introduction: inDICEs Intellectual Property Research with Sonsoles Pajares (KU Leuven)
10:10 Keynote speech: Facilitating content reuse: A boost for online engagement and reach of the CHIs with Ryan King, Smithsonian Open Access Initiative, Smithsonian Institution
10:35 Case Study: Sustainability of open access models with Saskia Scheltjens (Rijksmuseum)
10:50 Case Study: Reuse possibilities of digital cultural heritage with Karin Glasemann (Nationalmuseum Sweden)
11:10 Q&A Session moderated by Kristina Petrasova (Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision)
11:30 End of the session
Break (15 minutes)
Clearing and managing rights
11:45 Welcome with Kristina Petrasova (Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision) & Konrad Gliściński (Centrum Cyfrowe)
11:50 Case Study: Making a public domain determination with Maarten Zeinstra (Open Nederland)
12:05 Case Study: Relying on licenses and exceptions with Annabelle Shaw (British Film Institute)
12:20 Case Study: The use of Extended Collective Licensing with Jerker Ryden (National Library Sweden)
12:40 Q&A Session: moderated by Konrad Gliściński (Centrum Cyfrowe)
13:00 End of the session
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