Copyright and Cultural Institutions: Short Guidelines for Digitisation
University of Oxford - Saint Peter's College Oxford; University of Oxford - Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre (OIPRC)
Andrew T. Kenyon
University of Melbourne Law School
U of Melbourne Law, Centre for Media and Communications Law, August 2005
U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 141
Digital technologies are leading to fundamental changes in the ways that copyright works are created, accessed and distributed. These changes are significant for cultural institutions' missions of access, preservation, research and education. Digital technologies also raise many administrative issues, including in relation to copyright. These short guidelines aim to assist understanding and compliance with copyright law within the sector, and supplement the authors' full Guidelines for Digitisation.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 17
Keywords: copyright, law, cultural institution, library, museum, film art, gallery, short, compliance, comply, culture, digitisation, digital
JEL Classification: K1, K10, K11Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: February 7, 2006
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