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Recent discussion topics on the ACADI email list – join us read more and to have your say.
A Digital Image Licence. Thanks to ACADI members Vicky Brown, Matt Davies, Jenny Godfrey,and Katie Hambrook for their hard work on the Wish-List for a Higher Education Digital Image licence and to other members for their input. The ACADI draft licence has been circulated to various bodies and individuals for advice and comment. It will be presented to licensing bodies at a later stage.
IPR review. In November 2010 David Cameron announced an independent review of how the Intellectual Property framework supports growth and innovation. Katie Hambrook collated and composed an ACADI submission to the review to ensure that the educational viewpoint was represented.
Copyright legislation terminology. There was an interesting debate about the fair dealing’ exemption terms ‘private study’ and ‘for the purposes of examination’.
Moving image resources listing for art and design. A new section has been added to this Blog under the Image Sources section.
Diptity free online image presentation software uses a time-line format. Images and links may be added and video clips uploaded
Yale University has announced that images that are in the public domain from its museum and library collections will be made freely accessible online. The Yale Bulletin states “no license will be required for the transmission of the images and no limitations will be imposed on their use.”
For those ACADI members who have moving image collections, this may be of interest:
Two key themes of the conference will be:
- Disability and Access to Moving Image and Sound
- Online Moving Image and Sound Services for Learning
ARLIS Visual Resources Committee have started a blog here: arlisvrc.wordpress.com
This will have information about forthcoming events as well as PowerPoints and other information.