Who Owns My Stuff and How Can I Share it? An Introduction to Rights Statements for the Digital Maine Repository
Librarians at the Maine State Library help viewers navigate the "somewhat confusing, but very important world of rights statements."
This is not legal advice.
PDF files of the slides used in this video as well as full transcript are downloadable below.
The official website for the organization who developed the Right Statements:
The Digital Public Library (DPLA) has a more in depth workshop online, complete with a two-part video, pdf of the slides used and Q&A from the webinar:
Click below and look for: "RightsStatements.org: Why We Need It, What It Is (and Isn’t) and What Does It Mean for the DPLA Network and Beyond?"
Go here to find 1923-1963 publication renewals:
Creator only copyright licenses they can tag to their online creation, not to be confused with rights statements:
Liked the "handy flowchart" you can download your own copy here:
The Maine State Library official website:
Ask a MSL Librarian:
The Digital Maine Repository:
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No Copyright - United States. URI: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/
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