"Digital transitions in the Cultural Heritage Sector"
Understanding the digital future of Cultural Heritage and Research
Use of open access licenses
More and more cultural heritage organizations are opting for using open access licenses such as CC licenses for sharing their collections online. For this reason, and in order to assess the practical uses of this kind of licenses, we, from the inDICEs project, would like to get to know from your side, the cultural heritage sector, any licensing practices that you are currently using within your institution. We also believe that sharing your practices with other institutions may help other organizations to engage in open access models.
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These discussion threads are linked to day 2 of the workshop.
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@Bollie @maarten Please feel free to take part in the debate here!
Conversation with Kris Petrasova
@maarten : according to your diagram a broadcast program enters the PD after 50 years of its first transmission. This applies to any boradcasted content (e.g. a series)?
maarten zeinstra 12:06 PM
- Hi Marco, no this is for broadcasts like news-items. Football competition etc.
For series you have this layering of rights of copyright for the script, neighbouring rights for the music, etc.
@ariadna_matas I think it applies to anything that has been broadcasted, in parallel to other rights that might exist (so for broadcasted series then copyright + that neighbouring right to the broadcast signal).
Conversation with Sonsoles Pajares Rivas
Wikimedia. Could you explain a bit on the agreement with them? Have other instituions made similar partnerships?
Sorry, I meant I have a question for @saschel on their partnership with Wikimedia.
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