The Free-text Rights Statements workshop will focus on what the free-text field holds, and how to create free-text statements that complement Standardized Rights Statements.
We assume that you have taken the Risk Management and Rights and Standardized Rights Statements workshops prior to attending this one.
The workshop is discussion based and requires preparation, active participation, and completion of a follow-up homework assignment in order to fully engage the material.
Leigh Grinstead, Digital Services Consultant, LYRASIS
Program Support & Events Manager
Orbis Cascade Alliance
Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
Work Phone: (541) 246-2470work
Before attending the Free-text Rights Statements workshop, please do the following:
- Review the Alliance Dublin Core Best Practices and the revised Rights in Digital Collections Documentation and Rights Statements Decision Matrix.
- Read “Providing Quality Rights Metadata for Digital Collections through RightsStatements.org” Linda Ballinger, Brandy Karl, and Anastasia Chiu (15 pages)
- Review the instructions and ground rules, and ensure that you are joining from your own computer and have both a microphone and headphones. The workshop is not a broadcast; it is a discussion.
- Return to the local example that you used in the Standardized Rights Statements workshop homework.
- Using the Rights Statements Decision Matrix, make a best effort to assign a standardized rights statement
- Using the Rights Statements in Digital Collections documentation, create or revise your free-text statement
- Email your example to your instructor. She will give you individual feedback on the assignment.
- Due dates for homework:
- 2018 Feb 14: February 28
- 2018 Mar 14: April 3
- 2018 May 8: May 22
- Last, please fill out this short evaluation so we can continue to refine and improve this workshop.
Supported in part with a grant awarded by the Oregon Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) program of the Oregon State Library.