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Attribution - Beelden voor de toekomst Beelden voor de Toekomst kent een looptijd van zeven jaar, waarbinnen nieuwe vormen van weergave en distributie ontwikkeld zullen worden. Om tot innovatieve diensten te komen, wordt continu onder (...)
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Auteursrecht regelen

Beelden voor de Toekomst wil voor alle beschikbare collecties voldoende rechteninformatie verzamelen en vastleggen, zodat het materiaal onbelemmerd beschikbaar kan worden gesteld en geëxploiteerd. Zoveel mogelijk materiaal zal rechtenvrij worden gemaakt ('gecleared') door het afsluiten van raamovereenkomsten met rechthebbenden of hun vertegenwoordigers. Materiaal dat soms jarenlang stof lag te vergaren, komt opnieuw op de markt. Dit vraagt om goede voorwaarden waaronder de content besc (...)
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Open up the goldmine in the UK

“The cultural heritage community sits on a goldmine of images, texts, sounds, films, video, data and metadata of immense interest to wide variety of of specific sectors and the general public.” With that statement Jordan S. Hatcher and Eduserv open the Snapshot study on the use of open content licenses in the UK cultural heritage sector. 107 Cultural heritage organisations participated in the UK-wide survey.
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Economies of the Commons Panel 6: Professional Cultural Producers

By this point in the conference, the afternoon of the third day, the challenges of the commons had been fairly well explored: Current copyright law thwarts free access and reusability; archives aren’t sure where to position themselves in the continuum between protecting their assets and promoting their collections; digital information can be copied and distributed so perfectly and cheaply that the value of the information is approaching zero… information wants to be free.
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Economies of the Commons Panel 4: Uncommon Business Models

Panel 4 takes the discussion from yesterday a step further. Harry Verwayen (Kennisland) recaps yesterday’s discussion. We have learned from yesterday about the commons, the social contract that we have. A place where archival materials should be available and where the market has to join in. It is an investment worthwile like INA did in France and Images for the Future in the Netherlands. But, there is a cost aspect. So there should be a sustainable business model. How are we going to do that?
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Economies of the Commons Panel 3: European Digital Library

The third session of the second day was held under the heading European Digital Library. The four speakers presented the initiatives that they work on, the gaps that are called to fill, what has been succeeded by now and what are their future plans.