Libraries, archives, museums and other cultural activities

From Copyright EVIDENCE

This industry category includes the following:

R.91 Libraries, archives, museums and other cultural activities




This division includes the activities of libraries and archives; the operation of museums of all kinds, botanical and zoological gardens; the operation of historical sites and nature reserves activities.
It also includes the preservation and exhibition of objects, sites and natural wonders of historical, cultural or educational interest (e.g. world heritage sites, etc).Click Here for more details on this classification: Industry Appendix
Industry Sectors

Libraries, archives, museums and other cultural activities is an industry sector defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.


The following studies involve this industry sector (55):

 Citation
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.
Allen (2012)Allen, N. (2012) Art Museum Images in Scholarly Publishing. Texas: Connexions.
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.
Ballon and Westermann (2006)Ballon, H. and Westermann, M. (2006) Art History and Its Publications in the Electronic Age. Texas: Connexions.
Benson (2018)Benson, S.R. (2018) ncreasing Librarian Confidence and Comprehension in a Fair Use Training Session. Libraries and the Academy, Vol 18(4), pp 781-804 (preprint)
Benson and Stitzlein (2019)Benson, S.R. and Stitzlein, H. (2019) Copyright and Digital Collections: A Data Driven Roadmap for Rights Statement Success. ACRL 2019 Proceedings.
Bodo (2015)
Bodo, Antal and Puha (2020)Bodo, B., Antal, D. and Puha, Z. (2020) Open access is not a panacea, even if it’s radical – an empirical study on the role of shadow libraries in closing the inequality of knowledge access. Amsterdam Law School Research Paper No. 2020-39
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).
Collections Trust (2015)Collections Trust (2015) Striking the Balance: How NMDC members are balancing public access and commercial reuse of digital content. A report by the Collections Trust commissioned by the NMDC <https://www.nationalmuseums.org.uk/media/documents/publications/striking_the_balance.pdf> (accessed 6 January 2022)
Crews (2015)Crews, K., Study on Copyright Limitations and Related Rights, Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights, Thirtieth Session, SCCR/30/3 (2015).
Denoyelle et al (2018)Denoyelle, M., Durand, K., Daniel, J. and Doulkaridou-Ramantani, E. (2018) Image rights, art history and society. Report presented to the Foundation de France <https://www.inha.fr/fr/recherche/le-departement-des-etudes-et-de-la-recherche/domaines-de-recherche/programmes-en-cours/images-usages.html> (accessed 7 January 2022)
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).
EIFL (2013)Electronic Information For Libraries - The European Orphan Works Directive An EIFL Guide (2013)
European Commission (2011b)European Commission Impact assessment on the cross-border online access to orphan works (Commission Staff Working Paper SEC (2011) 615 (final)
Flynn, Giblin and Petitjean (2019)Flynn, J., Giblin, R. And Petitjean, F. (2019) What Happens When Books Enter the Public Domain? Testing Copyright’s Underuse Hypothesis Across Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Canada. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 42 (4)
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.
Giannoumis and Beyene (2020)Giannoumis, G.A. and Beyene, W.M. (2020) Cultural Inclusion and Access to Technology: Bottom-Up Perspectives on Copyright Law and Policy in Norway
Giblin et al. (2019)Giblin, R., Kennedy, J., Weatherall, K., Gilbert, D., Thomas, J. and Petitjean, F. (expected June 2019) Available – but not accessible? Investigating publisher e-lending licensing practices. Forthcoming, Information Research; Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 19/20.
Giblin et al. (2019b)Giblin, R., Kennedy, J., Pelletier, C., Thomas, J., Weatherall, K.G., and Petitjean, F. (2019) What Can 100,000 Books Tell Us about the International Public Library e-lending Landscape? Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 19/21
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
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).
Hudson (2020)Hudson, E. (2020) Drafting Copyright Exceptions: From the Law in Books to the Law in Action, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
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 (2014)IPO (2014). Artist’s Resale Right - Summary of IPO survey findings
Intellectual Property Office (2015b)Intellectual Property Office (2015). Government response to the consultation on reducing the duration of copyright in certain unpublished works.
Kapsalis (2016)Kapsalis, E. (2016) The Impact of Open Access on Galleries, Libraries, Museums, & Archives. Smithsonian Institution Archives <http://siarchives.si.edu/sites/default/files/pdfs/2016_03_10_OpenCollections_Public.pdf> (accessed 6 January 2022)
Kelly (2013)Kelly, K. (2013) Images of Works of Art in Museum Collections: The Experience of Open Access. Mellon Foundation Study <https://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub157/> (accessed 6 January 2022)
Kelly (2019)Kelly, E.J. (2019) Digital Cultural Heritage and Wikimedia Commons Licenses: Copyright or Copywrong? Journal of Copyright in Education and Librarianship, 3(3)
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).
Liebowitz (1985)Liebowitz, S. J. (1985). Copying and indirect appropriability: Photocopying of journals. The Journal of Political Economy, 945-957.
Masenya and Ngulube (2019)Masenya, T.M. and Ngulube, P. (2019) Digital preservation practices in academic libraries in South Africa in the wake of the digital revolution. South African Journal of Information Management, 21(1)
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
Meletti and van Gompel (2021)Meletti, B. and van Gompel, S. (2021) Issue reports on how copyright exceptions and other permitted uses that are relevant for documentary filmmakers and immersive digital heritage practitioners are understood in the Netherlands and the UK. Available: https://zenodo.org/record/5070427 (accessed 21 October 2021)
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
Mwanza and Gichure (2018)Mwanza, J.M. and Gichure, J.M. (2018) The Influence of Copyright Laws on Digitization Projects in Public Libraries In Kenya, A Case Study of Kenya National Library Services. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies, 5(9)
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.
Schofield and Urban (2015)Schofield B. L. and Urban J. M. Takedown and Today's Academic Digital Library (2015) UC Berkeley Public Law Research Paper No. 2694731.
Serrano et al. (2019)Serrano, S.C., Aviles, R.A., Cuenca, G.M., and Calvo, B.S. (2019) Orphan Works at Theatre Library and Information Centres: Assessing Librarians' Perceptions and Management in Spain. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 45(1), pp 58-65.
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
Stobo, Patterson, Erickson and Deazley (2018)Stobo, V., Patterson, K., Erickson, K., and Deazley, R. (2018) ‘I should like you to see them some time': an empirical study of copyright clearance costs in the digitisation of Edwin Morgan's scrapbooks. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1305167
Tanner (2004)Tanner, S. (2004) Reproduction charging models & rights policy for digital images in American art museums. Mellon Foundation Study. <http://msc.mellon.org/msc-files/Reproduction%20charging%20models%20and%20rights%20policy.pdf> (accessed 6 January 2022)
Todorova et al. (2017)Tania Yordanova Todorova, Serap Kurbanoglu, Joumana Boustany, Güleda Dogan, Laura Saunders,Aleksandra Horvat, Ana Lúcia Terra, Ane Landøy, Angela Repanovici, Chris Morrison, Egbert J.Sanchez Vanderkast, Jane Secker, Jurgita Rudzioniene, Terttu Kortelainen, Tibor Koltay, (2017) Information professionals and copyright literacy: a multinational study. Library Management, 38(6/7), pp.323-344
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