IPR issues and Business Models for content are both dynamic topics. The leaders and participants of Working Group B therefore monitor current developments, interesting literature and relevant projects. These are collected in the overview below and will be updated continuously.
Atkinson, S. & Ćalic, J., 2012. Audiovisual Media Open Educational Resources. The case of SP-ARK: The Sally Potter Film Archive. In P. Nesi & R. Santucci, eds. ECLAP 2012 : Conference on Information Technologies for Performing Arts, Media Access and Entertainment. Florence: Firenze University Press, pp. 95–98.
Axhamn, J., 2011. The Nordic Extended Licensing model as a possible solution for pan-European licensing via Europeana.
Boast, R. & Guha, S., 2011. Inappropriate Use: Intellectual Property Rights and Traditional Cultural Material. In Performing Arts Digital Collections for the New Millennium. Brussels: ECLAP.
Boch, L., Di Carlo, A. & Gallo, F., 2012. Model, format and services for audiovisual rights management. In P. Nesi & R. Santucci, eds. ECLAP 2012 : Conference on Information Technologies for Performing Arts, Media Access and Entertainment. Florence: Firenze University Press, pp. 89–94.
Dierickx, B. & Tsolis, D., 2009a. Overview of collective licensing models and of DRM systems and technologies used for IPR protection and management, ATHENA / European Commission. Available at: http://www.athenaeurope.org/getFile.php?id=665.
European Commission (a), “Comité des Sages” on Bringing Europe’s Cultural Heritage On-line. Available at: http://ec.europa.eu/