Cultural education

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85.52 Cultural education

This class includes provision of instruction in the arts, drama and music. Units giving this type of instructions might be named “schools”, “studios”, “classes” etc. They provide formally organised instruction, mainly for hobby, recreational or self‑ development purposes, but such instruction does not lead to a professional diploma, baccalaureate or graduate degree.
This class includes:
- piano teachers and other music instruction
- art instruction
- dance instruction and dance studios
- drama schools (except academic)
- fine arts schools (except academic)
- performing arts schools (except academic)
- photography schools (except commercial)

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Industry Sectors
  • Cultural education (48)

Cultural education is an industry sector defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.


The following studies involve this industry sector (48):

 Citation
Akbulut and Donmez (2018)Akbulut, Y. and Donmez, O. (2018) Predictors of digital piracy among Turkish undergraduate students. Telematics and Informatics, Volume 35, Issue 5, pp1324-1334
Akmon (2010)Akmon, D. (2010). Only with your permission: how rights holders respond (or don’t respond) to requests to display archival materials online. Archival Science, 10(1), 45-64.
Astle and Muir (2002)Astle, P.J. and Muir, A., 2002. Digitization and preservation in public libraries and archives. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 34(2), pp.67-79.
Canat, Guibault and Logeais (2015)Canat, J., Guibault, L. and Logeais, E., Study on Copyright Limitations and Exceptions for Museums, World Intellectual Property Organization (2015) SCCR/30/2.
Cave, Deegan and Heinink (2000)Cave, M., Deegan, M. and Heinink, L., 2000. Copyright clearance in the refugee studies centre digital library project. RLG DigiNews, 4(5).
Corbett (2011)Corbett, S., 2011. Archiving Our Culture in a Digital Environment: Copyright Law and Digitisation Practices in Cultural Heritage Institutions. New Zealand Law Foundation Report.
Crews (2015)Crews, K., Study on Copyright Limitations and Related Rights, Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights, Thirtieth Session, SCCR/30/3 (2015).
De Beer and Bouchard (2010)De Beer, J., & Bouchard, M. (2010). Canada's' Orphan Works' Regime: Unlocatable Owners and the Copyright Board. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, 10(2), 215.
Dickson (2010)Dickson, M., 2010. Due diligence, futile effort: Copyright and the digitization of the Thomas E. Watson papers. The American Archivist, 73(2), pp.626-636.
Dryden (2008)Dryden, J.E., 2008. Copyright in the real world: Making archival material available on the Internet (Doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto).
Erickson, Heald, Homberg, Kretschmer and Mendis (2015)Erickson, K., Heald, P. J., Homberg, F., Kretschmer, M., & Mendis, D. (2015). Copyright and the Value of the Public Domain: An Empirical Assessment. Intellectual Property Office Research Paper.
European Commission (2011b)European Commission Impact assessment on the cross-border online access to orphan works (Commission Staff Working Paper SEC (2011) 615 (final)
George (2005)George, C. A. (2005). Testing the barriers to digital libraries: A study seeking copyright permission to digitize published works. New Library World, 106(7/8), 332-342.
Gerhardt (2014)Gerhardt, D. R. (2014). Copyright at the Museum: Using the Publication Doctrine to Free Art and History. Available at SSRN 2505041.
Gowers (2006)Gowers, A. (2006). Gowers Review of Intellectual Property. The Stationery Office.
Graham (2016)Rumi Graham,'An Evidence-Informed Picture of Course-Related Copying', College & Research Libraries, Vol 77, No 3 (2016), p.335-358. Available under: https://crl.acrl.org/index.php/crl/article/view/16513.
Graham and Winter (2017)Graham, R. and Winter, C. (2017) What Happened After the 2012 Shift in Canadian Copyright Law? An Updated Survey on How Copyright is Managed across Canadian Universities. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 12:3
Guadamuz and Cabell (2014)Guadamuz, A. and Cabell, D. (2014) Data Mining in UK Higher Education Institutions: Law and Policy. Queen Mary Intellectual Property Review 4:1 pp. 3-29
Hackett (2015)
Hansen, Hashimoto, Hinze, Samuelson and Urban (2013)Hansen, D. R., Hashimoto, K., Hinze, G., Samuelson, P., & Urban, J. M. (2013). Solving the orphan works problem for the united states. Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts, 37(1).
Hargreaves (2011)Hargreaves, I. (2011). Digital Opportunity. A Review of Intellectual Property and Growth,
Haveman and Kluttz (2014)Daniel N. Kluttz, Heather A. Haveman, 'Copyright Law and the American Magazine Industry' (February 1, 2014). Available at: http://irle.berkeley.edu/property-in-print-copyright-law-and-the-american-magazine-industry/
Hill (2013)Hill, B. M. (2013). Almost Wikipedia: Eight Early Encyclopedia Projects and the Mechanisms of Collective Action.
Hooper and Lynch (2012a)Hooper, R., & Lynch, R. (2012). Rights and wrongs: Is copyright licensing fit for purpose for the digital age? The first report of the Digital Copyright Exchange feasibility study, IPO.
Hooper and Lynch (2012b)Hooper, R., & Lynch, R. (2012). Copyright works: Streamlining copyright licensing for the digital age. Intellectual Property Office: Newport.
Hudson and Kenyon (2007)Hudson, E. and Kenyon, A.T., 2007. Digital Access: The Impact of Copyright on Digitisation Practices in Australian Museums, Galleries, Libraries, and Archives. UNSWLJ, 30, p.12.
Intellectual Property Office (2015b)Intellectual Property Office (2015). Government response to the consultation on reducing the duration of copyright in certain unpublished works.
Korn (2009)Korn, N., In from the Cold: An assessment of the scope of ‘Orphan Works’ and its impact on the delivery of services to the public (April 2009).
Kretschmer, Deazley, Edwards, Erickson, Schafer and Zizzo (2014)Kretschmer, M., Deazley, R., Edwards, L., Erickson, K., Schafer, B., & Zizzo, D. J. (2014). The European Commission's Public Consultation on the Review of EU Copyright Rules: A Response by the CREATe Centre. European Intellectual Property Review, 36(9), 547-553.
Mathangani and Otike (2018)Mathangani, S.W. and Otike, J. (2018) Copyright and information service provision in public university libraries in Kenya. Library Management, Vol 39, Issue 6-7, pp 375-388
Monroy Rodríguez (2009)Monroy Rodríguez, J. C. Study on the limitations and exceptions to copyright and related rights for the purposes of educational and research activities in Latin America and the Caribbean (2009) WIPO, Geneva.
Morrison and Secker (2015)Morrison, C. and Secker, J., 2015. Copyright Literacy in the UK: a survey of librarians and other cultural heritage sector professionals. Library and Information Research, 39(121), pp.75-97.
Morrison and Secker (2017)Chris Morrison, Jane Secker, (2017) "Understanding librarians’ experiences of copyright: Findings from a phenomenographic study of UK information professionals", Library Management, Vol. 38 Issue: 6/7, pp.354-368, https://doi-org.ezproxy.lib.gla.ac.uk/10.1108/LM-01-2017-0011
OHIM (2015)OHIM (2015). Intellectual Property And Education In Europe. Study On IP Education In School Curricula In The EU Member States With Additional International Comparisons.
Poole (2010)Poole, N. (2010). The Cost of Digitising Europe’s Cultural Heritage A Report for the Comité des Sages of the European Commission.
Pritcher (2000)Pritcher, L., 2000. Ad* access: seeking copyright permissions for a digital age.
Seng (2009)Seng, D. (2009). WIPO study on the copyright exceptions for the benefit of educational activities for Asia and Australia. Geneva: WIPO. Retrieved, 13(07), 2010.
Shaheed (2014)Shaheed, F., Copyright Policy and the Right to Science and Culture, Human Rights Council, U.N. General Assembly (A/HRC/28/57(2014)).
Stannard (2015)Stannard, E. (2015). A Copyright Snapshot: the Impact of New Copyright Legislation on Information Professionals. Legal Information Management, 15(04), 233-239.
Stobo, Deazley and Anderson (2013)Stobo, V., Deazley, R. and Anderson, I., 2013. Copyright & Risk: Scoping the Wellcome Digital Library Project (Vol. 10, pp. 17-23). CREATe Working Paper.
Stobo, Erickson, Bertoni and Guerrieri (2018)Stobo, V., Erickson, K., Bertoni, A. And Guerrieri, F. (2018) Current Best Practices among Cultural Heritage Institutions when Dealing with Copyright Orphan Works and Analysis of Crowdsourcing Options. Report. diligentsearch.eu
Stratton (2011)Stratton, B. (2011). Seeking New Landscapes: A rights clearance study in the context of mass digitisation of 140 books published between 1870 and 2010. London: British Library/ARROW http://pressandpolicy. bl. uk/imagelibrary/downloadMedia. ashx.
Tella and Oyeyemi (2017)Tella, A. and Oyeyemi, F. (2017) Undergraduate Students’ Knowledge of Copyright Infringement. Brazilian Journal of Information Studies: Research Trends. 11:2, p38-53
Throsby (2008)Throsby, C. D. (2008). Creative Australia: The arts and culture in Australian work and leisure. Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
Vetulani (2008)Vetulani, A. (2008). ’The Problem of Orphan Works in the EU–an overview of legislative solutions and main actions in this field. Rapport for European Commission, DG Information Society and Media, Unit E, 4.
Vuopala (2010)Vuopala, A., 2010. Assessment of the Orphan works issue and Costs for Rights Clearance. European Commission, DG Information Society and Media, Unit E, 4.
Waelde and MacQueen (2004)Waelde C. and MacQueen H., From entertainment to education: the scope of copyright? (2004) Intellectual Property Quarterly
Xalabarder (2009)Xalabarder, R. (2009). Study on copyright limitations and exceptions for educational activities in North America, Europe, Caucasus. Central Asia and Israel.