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Ntontou, Evangelia
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2016-03-23T14:34:08Z
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2016-03-24T01:00:17Z
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2016-03-23
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/14452
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cultural heritage
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digitization
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metadata
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orphan works
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Europeana
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Digitization and cultural heritage: management and preservation of intellectual expression in the digital era.
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masterThesis
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Cultural property--Digitization.
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Virtual museums.
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Digital art.
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Digital preservation.
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Cultural property--Management.
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Cultural property--Protection--Data processing.
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Historic preservation--Technological innovations.
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Historic preservation--Data processing.
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Copyright.
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies, MA in Art, Law and Economy
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2016-02-10
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Ntontou Evangelia, "Digitization and cultural heritage: management and preservation of intellectual expression in the digital era".International Hellenic University 2016.
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The present dissertation studies the uses and benefits of the digitization for the purposes of preservation and management of cultural heritage. The digitization process offers various and limitless possibilities for the preservation and dissemination of cultural heritage. In accordance with the new challenges and demands of the modern Information Society, it creates new and innovative ways of mass access of the academic society and the wider public to cultural content and material, without the physical boundaries and obstacles of the conventional means of access. Although it is undeniable that digitization contributes significantly to the free circulation of ideas and information and plays a vital role in the pursued construction of a globalized society of knowledge, the implications and legal issues that it raises are rather considerable as well. The existing legislation deals with issues of classification of cultural works as public domain or copyright protected. However, it is apparent that despite this legislation, the boundaries between the two statuses can often be the object of disagreement and speculation, whereas the rights of the public for access to knowledge and the economic and moral rights of the right holders of the works in question often come into conflict. Nevertheless, the harmonization of the rights of these two stakeholders is vital, since the use of New Media and technologies (part of which is the use of digitized material) is the key principal for a sustainable and successful cultural industry.
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Table of Contents Acknowledgements .......................................................................................... .....................................III Abstract ..................................................................... ............................................................................ IV Table of Contents ...................................................................................................................................V Introduction ...................................................................................................... ............................... ......1 Chapter I: Digitization 1.1. The notion of digitizatio n.............................................................................................................3 I. Cultural heritage and digitization.........................................................................................3 II. Aspects of digitizatio n............................................................... .............................................5 1.2. Copyright issues regarding digitized material...........................................................................7 I. General legal issues............................................. ....................................................................7 II. Digitization of copyrighted works.........................................................................................9 Chapter II: Orphan and Out ‐ of ‐ Commerce works 2.1. The meaning of “orphan works” in the EU Directive........................... .................................13 I. Definition of the term “orphan works”.............................................................................13 II. Categories of works that can be classified as “orphans”...............................................15 III. Place of publication and beneficiaries entitled to make use of orphan works..........17 IV. Diligent search by the interested beneficiaries ..............................................................18 V. Orphan works databases..................................................................................... ..............20 2.2. The meaning of “Out ‐ of ‐ commerce works” in the Memorandum of Understanding for out ‐ of ‐ commerce works...................................................................................21 I. Definition of the term “Out ‐ of ‐ commerce works”............................................................21 II. Categories of works that can be classified as “out ‐ of ‐ commerce”................................22 V VI III. Agreements regarding Out ‐ of ‐ Commerce Works.........................................................23 IV. Implementation of the MOU................................................... .........................................24 2.3. Copyright exceptions and limitations concerning orphan and out ‐ of ‐ commerce works................................................... ........................................................25 Chapter III: European Digital Portals 3.1. Digitization and online accessibility......................................................................................29 3.2. Europeana, AROW...................................................................................................................32 I. Europeana.................................... ....................................................................................32 II. Main objectives of the Europeana project.................................................................33 III. Users of Europeana............................................. ..................................................................................35 IV. Data exchange agreement (DEA)...............................................................................36 V. The ARROW Database...................................................................................................37 VI. ARROW Database function...... ....................................................................................38 3.3. Metadata................................................................................................... ..............................40 Chapter IV: 4.1. Uses of digitized material by cultural institutions..............................................................42 I. Museums......................................................... ..............................................................43 II. Libraries and educational portals................................................................................................................................44 Conclusions . ................................................................ ............... ............. .................. .............45 Bibliography ................................................................................................. ..................................47
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Dr. Stamatoudi, Irini
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Dr. Stamatoudi, Irini
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Dr. Kaissis, Athanassios
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Dr. Komnios, Komninos
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IHU
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