mcn 2013 (ffrench) minimal friction, maximal use: optimizing open access image delivery

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This presentation demonstrates the processes in place that enable the Yale University Art Gallery to make works available online as part of our Open Access policy.

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  • 2. Minimal Friction, Maximal Use: Optimizing Open Access Image Delivery Opening access to works in the public domain at Yale University John ffrench Director of Visual Resources Yale University Art Gallery Museum Computer Network, Montreal Canada Friday November 22nd, 2013 - 3:30pm - 5:00pm
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  • 4. Opening access to works in the public domain at Yale University
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  • 16. THERIGHTS AND REPRODUCTIONS HANDBOOK FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS THERIGHTS AND REPRODUCTIONS HANDBOOK FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS Anticipated publication date: June 2015 Anticipated publication date: June 2015 Mastering the complexities of copyright in the digital age is an urgent task for museum professionals. This will be an important contribution to the knowledge and practice within the field. Ford W. Bell, President The American Alliance of Museums The definitive resource for professionals charged with overseeing: Rights clearances; Permissions; Intellectual property matters. A new digital publication: Produced with the Online Scholarly Catalogue Initiative (OSCI) Toolkit; Allows for easy updates to remain current with trends and best practices. This project is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services. Edited by: Anne M. Young, Indianapolis Museum of Art Contributions by: Megan P. Bryant, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza; Cherie C. Chen, The J. Paul Getty Museum; Kenneth D. Crews, Columbia University Libraries; John P. ffrench, Yale Art Gallery; Walter G. Lehmann, Lehmann Strobel; Naomi Leibowitz, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Sofia Galarza Liu, Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas; Michelle Gallagher Roberts, New Mexico Museum of Art; Nancy Sims, University of Minnesota Libraries; Deborah Wythe, Brooklyn Museum; Anne M. Young, Indianapolis Museum of Art. Co-published by: Indianapolis Museum of Art; The American Alliance of Museums.
  • 17. Opening access to works in the public domain at Yale University John.ffrench@yale.edu John ffrench Director of Visual Resources Yale University Art Gallery Museum Computer Network, Montreal Canada Friday November 22nd, 2013 - 3:30pm - 5:00pm