Together with the National Library of Lithuania, Jurga Gradauskaitė and Juozas Markauskas have developed an innovative project that uses teamwork, workshops, and a smartphone app to engage arts and music students to learn about applying rights statements to Lithuanian heritage.
Imagine you’ve discovered a great object on Europeana Collections. You want to use it, but you’re not sure how to do it correctly. Would it be easier for you to understand and share if the copyright and reuse information was correct and available in your native language? We believed it would and our Copyright Community has made it happen.
Today, the RightsStatements.org Consortium publish their 2018 Business Plan. To help you get to know the work of the Consortium, read on for a whistlestop introduction to the Consortium and their goals for 2018.
Julia is the chair of the rights statements consortium. At Europeana, she is the manager of the Community and Partner Engagement Team - together we support the development of professionals and organizations working in and around digital cultural heritage. Together we lead the development of our …