mercredi 2 août 2006, par anass
Digitisation of collections provides great opportunities for widening access to collections and especially to unique, rare and fragile material. It also enables preservation by creating a surrogate and thus reducing handling of originals. However, the legal status of such activity is unclear.
This paper points the way towards a common set of rights or principles to equip libraries with the tools they require to operate effectively and legally in digital environments.
Source :IPPR. Juin 2006. Auteur :Adrienne Muir