[WEB4LIB] Local History and copyright on the Internet
marwil at terra.net.au
Wed Jun 2 04:40:06 EDT 1999
I'm Electronic Information/reference/programs/....... Librarian at City of
Onkaparinga and thought you may want to get in touch with one of our staff -
Linda McPharlin. Linda has been awarded the Rod East fellowship funding and
is looking into digitising Local History collections. I've had a couple
useful meetings with her and Peter Jenkins at the State Library re issues
You can contact her through our reception at 83840655
Programs and Marketing
City of Onkaparinga Libraries
61 8 84830732
From: Jenny Paradiso <jennyp at wtcc.sa.gov.au>
To: Multiple recipients of list <web4lib at webjunction.org>
Date: Wednesday, June 02, 1999 2:13 PM
Subject: [WEB4LIB] Local History and copyright on the Internet
>I've been following this list for a few months and must say it is quite
interesting and resourceful. I work in a public library in South Australia
and am hoping this question is relevant for your list.
>Our library is working with the local Historical Society on a project to
provide Internet access to their historical resouces through our web site.
>We have major concerns at the moment about copyright issues and would like
to design a form for all contributors to the society to sign, giving
permission for us to digitally publish photographs, oral histories, etc on
>Has anyone out there already created such a form or know where I can access
a few examples.
>Is there anything else that I should be considering in terms of copyright?
>I'm still quite new at this stuff and would appreciate any advice you have
>Thanks in advance,
>Librarian, Information Technology
>City of West Torrens Library
>email: jennyp at wtcc.sa.gov.au
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