This guidance, by Kate Grimley Evans, Head of Information Law at Stone King LLP, covers aspects of data protection law relevant to museums and the collections information they hold.
Here you can find further resources to help with the Spectrum procedure Rights management. For the procedure itself follow this link.
This guide, co-produced by The National Archives (TNA), explains the provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018 relevant to the use of personal data in archiving (including archiving by museums).
This AIM Success Guide is intended for museums and other cultural organisations wanting to understand how they should be responding to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Clicking the link on this page will open the PDF document on the AIM website.
The relationship between museums and copyright can at times be complicated and requires high levels of knowledge and understanding. This article considers why copyright is an important issue for museums, galleries and other cultural heritage organisations.
The growth of the internet has provided collection holders with more opportunities to digitise, adapt, publish and share material. However, the relative ease of reproducing resources with new media means that you need to be aware of the implications for your collections.
This webinar discusses how museums can manage IPR within a Collections Management Framework, to make better use of their collections, and how licensing can provide opportunities for creative use of the collection, including the generation of income.
This guide by leading IPR expert David Green has been published by the Government of Canada to provide detailed guidance on digital rights and their management in a museum context.
This document aims to chart how a small-scale museum and gallery, Peter Scott Gallery (Live at LICA), has begun to look at a more commercial side of digitisation through licensing a selection of digital images.