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Rights in digital objects and structured rights information at Europeana

Copyright when sharing data with Europeana – introducing a new webinar series

We are excited to announce an upcoming series of webinars which aim to help cultural heritage institutions navigate the topic of copyright when submitting data to Europeana.

The topics will cover standardised rights statements, best practices in rights management, opening-up collections and everything institutions should know about the new Copyright Directive.

Read more about a webinar series here:

This first webinar will focus on explaining best practices for choosing rights statements when submitting digital objects to Europeana.

About this Event

In this webinar, Ariadna Matas and Maša Škrinjar will focus on explaining best practices for choosing rights statements when submitting digital objects to Europeana.

  • They will explain how the copyright status of a collection item relates to the process of choosing a rights statement, license or tool;
  • present the standardised tools that Europeana works with;
  • walk the audience through the accurate use of these tools and important aspects to note;
  • showcase these processes through relevant examples.

Ariadna Matas is a Junior Policy Advisor at Europeana Foundation. She contributes to the management and development of Europeana’s policies and frameworks with a strong focus on copyright, and supports the implementation of them through the Europeana Network. Ariadna studied Law in Spain and Germany and has a Masters’s degree in Intellectual property Law.

Maša Škrinjar is a Data Ingestion Specialist at Europeana Foundation. After completing her degree in Art History and Sociology of Culture, and before joining Europeana, Maša worked for various cultural organisations, such as the Royal Academy of Arts in London and Art UK. She is passionate about democratising access to art through digitisation.

Please note: Europeana is beginning to monitor attendance at our events to try to make sure that we are reaching as wide and diverse a section of the community working with or interested in digital cultural heritage as we possibly can. We ask you a series of questions relating to your age, gender identification and whether you have a visible or invisible disability. The disclosure of this information is completely voluntary. All responses will be treated in the strictest confidence, and all data disclosed will comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and Europeana’s privacy policy. You can also read the Europeana Network Association Code of Conduct. We will anonymise your data and only use, analyse and report on anonymised data. Where a respondent voluntarily provides personal information, this data will be used only for the purposes for which it is provided, and not passed to any third party, unless obliged to disclose such information by a rule of law.

Date and Time

Tue, 22 September 2020
15:00 – 16:00 EEST

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