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Tuesday, October 1 • 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Intellectual property right as part of preservation standards

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A lot of material may be published online but as long as we are not certain on intellectual property right (IPR) or even ethical problems, archives will keep the material hidden. Only on a one by one basis a call for publication or re-use will be investigated. As an archive that holds 36 petabytes of AV-material, The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision wants to break through this dilemma. The archive underlines the principles of OAIS (open archival information system), therefore its activities and priorities are derived from the users needs (the so called designated community). To meet those needs the archive maintains a metadata structure that gives easy access to its material. Recently metadata on IPR was added to this structure, to register the IPR-metadata that is needed to make an informed decision on publishing our AV material. The way the IPR-metadata was defined is based on Premis, the international metadata standard for preservation metadata. Rights is one of the core entities of this standard. Even though the standard is very generic and abstract, we managed to decompose our specific needs and create a structure that complies with this standard. We would like to illustrate this with some examples.

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Marjolein Steeman

Senior Media Manager Optimisation, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
Marjolein Steeman is a specialist on data management and has been associated with the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision on several projects as a data- and business analyst. Recently she helped develop a framework for a Preservation Metadata Dictionary, based on the international... Read More →


Tuesday October 1, 2019 4:00pm - 4:30pm
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