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Basic Information about IP Policy
- American Association of Museums' Technical Information Service. AAM Intellectual Property Resource Pack. Washington, DC: American Association of Museums, 2000. (See introductory section on steps for developing intellectual property policies in museums.)
- Association of American Universities. Intellectual Property and New Media Technologies: A Framework for Policy Development at AAU Institutions. 13 May 1999. www.aau.edu/policy/other_ip.aspx?id=7374
- Barnett, Gerald. "Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property." Paper presented at Creating Policy: Copyright Policies in the University. NINCH Copyright Town Meeting, Eugene, Oregon. 19 November 2001. www.ninch.org/copyright/2001/eugene.report.html#gb
- Black, Edward. "Guidelines for Use of Marks and Logos," Reproduced in the AAM Intellectual Property Resource Pack. Washington, DC: American Association of Museums, 2000.
- Browne, Rachelle V. "Risk Management: What Can I Do and How Safe is It?" Powerpoint presentation and paper at Copyright in the Digital Age: A Web-Wise Pre-conference. 26 February 2003.
- Browne, Rachelle V. "Constructing Values: What to Put Into a Policy." Paper presented at Creating Museum IP Policy in a Digital World. NINCH Copyright Town Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 7 September 2002. www.ninch.org/copyright/2002/toronto.report.html
- California State University, Monterey Bay. How to Write a Policy. csumb.edu/policy/policy-development-coordination-and-approval-policy
- Copyright Clearance Center. Guidelines for Creating a Policy for Copyright Compliance.
- Creating Museum IP Policy in a Digital World. NINCH Copyright Town Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 7 September 2002. www.ninch.org/copyright/2002/toronto.report.html
- Creating Policy: Copyright Policies in the University. NINCH Copyright Town Meeting, Eugene, Oregon. 19 November 2001. www.ninch.org/copyright/2001/eugenereport.html
- Gasaway, Laura. "Institutional and Policy Issues: Getting It Down In Writing." Powerpoint presentation from Copyright in the Digital Age: A Web-Wise Pre-conference. 26 February 2003.
- Gasaway, Laura. "Drafting a Faculty Copyright Ownership Policy." The Technology Source. March/April 2002. technologysource.org/article/drafting_a_faculty_copyright_ownership_policy/
- Harper, Georgia. "Copyright Law and Visual Resource Policy," Powerpoint presentation from a Creating IP Policy and Guidelines for the VR Collection, a workshop held at the Visual Resources Association conference, Houston, 2003.
- Harper, Georgia. Developing a Comprehensive Copyright Policy to Facilitate Online Learning. 2001. www.utsystem.edu/ogc/intellectualproperty/
- Harris, Lesley Ellen. Editorial. Spectra. Summer/Winter Vol 29(2 & 3) 2003. Also available as Harris, Lesley Ellen. "Copyright Risk Management". Museum Computer Network Listserv. 24 January 2003. firstname.lastname@example.org. www.library.yale.edu/~llicense/ListArchives/0301/msg00094.html
- National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance. An IP Primer. http://nciia.org/sites/default/files/An%20IP%20Policy%20Primer.pdf (PDF). (N.B. This article focuses on IP policy for patents.)
- Pallante-Hyun, Maria. "Checklists for Intellectual Property Audits." Copyright in the Digital Age: A Web-Wise Pre-conference. 26 February 2003.
- Pantalony, Rina. "Why Museums Need IP Policy." Paper presented at Creating Museum IP Policy in a Digital World. NINCH Copyright Town Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 7 September 2002. www.ninch.org/copyright/2002/toronto.report.html#rp
- Porter, Brian. "Putting Together a Museum's IP Policy: Renaissance ROM as a Case Study." Paper presented at Creating Museum IP Policy in a Digital World. NINCH Copyright Town Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 7 September 2002. www.ninch.org/copyright/2002/toronto.report.html#bp
- Salomon, Kenneth. Checklist of Issues for Evaluating the Adequacy of Institutional Intellectual Property and Employment Policies and Procedures for Electronic Courseware.
- University of Minnesota. Developing University-Wide Policy and Procedures. policy.umn.edu/Policies/Operations/Compliance/UPOLICY.html
- University of Minnesota. Guide to Writing University Policy. www.policy.umn.edu/prod/groups/president/@pub/@policy/@op/documents/policy/upolicy_guide.pdf
- Vlcek, Charles. W. Adoptable Copyright Policy: Copyright Policy and Manuals Designed for Adoption by Schools, Colleges, & Universities. Washington, DC: The Association for Educational Communications and Technology - Copyright Information Services, 1992. www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/search/detailmini.jsp?_nfpb=true&_&ERICExtSearch_SearchValue_0=ED364208&ERICExtSearch_SearchType_0=no&accno=ED364208
- Vlcek, Charles. W. Copyright Policy Development: A Resource Book for Educators. Washington, DC: The Association for Educational Communications and Technology, 1987.
- Washington & Lee University. "Chapter III: Guidelines for University Libraries and Archives" in Policy for Use of Copyrighted Works. n.d. http://www.wlu.edu/general-counsel/code-of-policies/copyright-and-other-intellectual-property-issues/use-of-copyrighted-works (N.B. These guidelines focus on the use of images.)
Museum IP Policies
- Commonwealth of Virginia. "Virginia Museum of Natural History Copyright and Patent Policy." 2000. Reproduced in the AAM Intellectual Property Resource Pack. Washington, DC: American Association of Museums.
- Henry Ford Policy and Procedures Memorandum Nº. 23A, Intellectual Property. March 1999. Unpublished.
- Indianapolis Museum of Art. Policy on Intellectual Property. 2002. Unpublished.
- Maine State Museum Commission." 94-073 Maine State Museum Chapter 502: Reproduction of Museum Collections." 28 June 1987, State of Maine: Online Rules of Maine State Government Agencies. www.maine.gov/sos/cec/rules/90/94/073/073c502.doc
- Rochester Museum and Science Center. Image Access and Use Policies and Procedure. 2002. Unpublished draft.
- Royal Ontario Museum. Copyright Policy. www.ninch.org/copyright/2002/rom.copyright.pdf
- Royal Ontario Museum. Trademark Policy. www.ninch.org/copyright/2002/rom.tm.pdf
- Société des musées québécois, La. Droits d'auteur sur Internet - position de la SMQ. 12 March 2002. www.musees.quebec.museum/publicsspec/smq/activites/textes/droitsauteur.php
- Tech Museum of Innovation, The. Policy Statement: Releasing Exhibits Intellectual Property. 1999. www.thetech.org/about-us/policies
IP Policies from Other Nonprofit Organizations
- ARTstor. Standards and Policies: Statement on Intellectual Property Rights. 2003. www.artstor.org/our-organization/o-html/ip.shtml
- American Association of University Professors. Statement on Copyright. June 1999. http://www.aaup.org/report/statement-copyright
- Groton Public Schools. Copyright Implementation Manual. 2002. www.groton.k12.ct.us/cms/lib2/CT01001200/Centricity/Domain/19/P_6162.6.pdf
- H-Net. H-Net's Policy on Copyright and Intellectual Property. 1999. www.h-net.org/about/intellectualproperty.php
- Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Intellectual Property: Explanatory Statement on the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation's Intellectual Property Policy for Digital Products Developed with Foundation Funds. 16 March 2001. www.mellon.org/
- University of Georgia Library. Copyright Policy. www.externalaffairs.uga.edu/policies/nodes/view/266
- University of Maryland. Copyown: A Resource on Copyright Ownership for the Higher Education Community - Policies. www.nethics.umd.edu/copyown/. Accessed 2012.
- University of North Carolina. Copyright Use and Ownership Policy of the University of North Carolina. November 2000. policies.ncsu.edu/regulation/reg-01-25-03.
- University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Copyright Policy. 1 August 2001. www.unc.edu/campus/policies/copyright%20policy%2000008319.pdf
- University of Texas. Intellectual Property Policy and Guidelines. 2002. www.utsystem.edu/ogc/intellectualproperty/
- Visual Resources Association. Image Collection Guidelines: The Acquisition and Use of Images in Non-Profit Educational Visual Resources Collections.
- Andress, Mandy. "Effective Security Starts with Policies." InfoWorld. 16 November 2001.
- Association of Research Libraries. Checklist for Drafting Electronic Information Policies.
- Coalition for Networked Information. Information Policies: A Compilation of Position Statements, Principles, Statutes, and Other Pertinent Statements. http://old.cni.org/docs/infopols/ALA.html
- Orna, Elizabeth. Practical Information Policies. UK: Gower Publishing, 1999.
- Royal Ontario Museum. Information Management and Library Policy. 2001. www.ninch.org/copyright/2002/rom.im.pdf
- Shapiro, Michael. Developing Museum Information Policies. Powerpoint presentation give at Museums and the Web conference, New Orleans, 11-14 March 1999. www.amico.org/docs/papers/1999/shapiro.infopolicy.99.pdf
- Browne, Rachelle V. "Privacy in the Virtual World and the Real Museum Experience," Spectra. 28(3) 2001: 10-17.
- Levine, Melissa Smith and Lauryn Guttenplan Grant. "Copyrights of the Rich and Famous." Museum News. 73(6) November/December 1994: 48-49, 52, 54-55.
- Power House Museum, Australia. Privacy Plan. www.powerhousemuseum.com/privacy/privacy_plan.asp.
- Queensland Museum. Privacy Plan. www.qm.qld.gov.au/Footer/PrivacySecurity
- Smithsonian Institution. Privacy: Smithsonian Institution's Privacy Statement . (N.B. This policy addresses privacy issues on the museum's websites.) www.si.edu/privacy.
Use of Name Policies
- Harvard University. Policy On The Use Of Harvard Names And Insignias. www.fas.harvard.edu/~research/greybook/useofname.html.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Use of Institute Name. http://policies-procedures.mit.edu/relations-public-use-mit-name-and-facilities-use/use-institute-name
- University of California, Davis. Policy to Permit Use of the University's Name. 1993. http://www.ucop.edu/terms/
IP and Cultural Property Issues
- Casey, Dawn. "Indigenous Ownership of Digital Material - Is Organized Crime Getting Out of Hand?" From the Proceedings of the Australian Library and Information Association. October 2000. conferences.alia.org.au/alia2000/proceedings/dawn.casey.html.
- Indigenous Peoples Biodiversity Information Network. Indigenous Peoples and Intellectual Property Rights. 18 September 2001.
- Mataatua Declaration on Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights of Indigenous Peoples, The. From the First International Conference on the Cultural & Intellectual Property Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Whakatane, 12-18 June 1993, Aotearoa, New Zealand. aotearoa.wellington.net.nz/imp/mata.htm
- Seadle, Michael. "Whose Rules?" D-Lib Magazine. 8(3) March 2002. www.dlib.org/dlib/march02/seadle/03seadle.html
General IP Guides and Resources for Museums
- Collard, Christine. Copyright Guide for Museums and Other Cultural Organizations. Canadian Heritage Information Network. 2002.
- Copyright in Cultural Institutions (CICI). (N.B. An Australian site on copyright and privacy issues in Australian cultural institutions.).
- McClean, Daniel and Karsten Schubert, eds. Dear Images: Art, Copyright and Culture. Ridinghouse/ICA. 2002. www.ica.org.uk/
- Museums Copyright Group (UK based organization).
- RARIN - Rights and Reproductions Information Network. Website of the Registrars' Committee of the American Association of Museums.
- Shapiro, Michael S. and Brett I. Miller. A Museum Guide to Copyright and Trademark. Washington, DC: American Association of Museums, 1999.
- Stokes, Simon. Art & Copyright. UK: Hart Publishing, 2001.
- WATCH - Writers, Artists and their Copyright Holders. tyler.hrc.utexas.edu (N.B. A database containing primarily the names and addresses of copyright holders or contact persons for authors and artists whose archives are housed, in whole or in part, in libraries and archives in North America and the United Kingdom.)
- Wienand, Peter, Anna Booy, and Robin Fry. A Guide to Copyright for Museums and Galleries. UK: Routledge, 2000.
- Zorich, Diane. Introduction to Managing Digital Assets. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Trust, 1999. Also online at www.getty.edu/bookstore/booksites/intro_mda/index.html
Basic Resources on IP Law
- Hoffman, Marci. Researching U.S. Treaties and Agreements. 2001 LLRX (Law Library Resource Xchange, LLC). www.llrx.com/2001/05/features-researching-u-s-treaties-and-agreements/
- Wegemann, Stephanie. Researching Non-U.S. Treaties.
- World Intellectual Property Organization. www.wipo.org
North American Copyright Law
- Canadian Intellectual Property Office strategis.gc.ca/sc_mrksv/cipo/welcome/welcom-e.html
- Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, 17 U.S.C. 1201 - 1203 (Supp. 2000). www.loc.gov/copyright/legislation/dmca.pdf
- Government of Canada, Copyright Act (Ottawa: R.S. 1985, c. C-42) laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/c-42/
- U.S. Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. § 101 et seq www.copyright.gov/title17
- U.S. Copyright Office www.loc.gov/copyright
- Works Made for Hire under the 1976 Copyright Act. U.S. Copyright Office Information Circular # 9. www.copyright.gov/circs/circ9.html
- Visual Artists Rights Act in the U.S. Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. § 106A) www.copyright.gov/title17
North American Patent Law
- Canadian Intellectual Property Office. Patents. strategis.gc.ca/sc_mrksv/cipo/patents/pt_main-e.html
- U.S. Department of Commerce. General Information About Patent. U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 1997.
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Patents. www.uspto.gov/main/patents.htm
North American Trademark Law
Trade Secret Law
- Halligan, R. Mark and Richard F. Weyand. The Sorry State of Trade Secret Protection. 2003.
- HSW Media Network. What is a trade secret and how is it different from patent or copyright? www.howstuffworks.com/question625.htm
- NOLO Plain English Law Centers Encyclopedia. Nondisclosure Agreements. 2003. www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/nondisclosure-agreements-29630.html
Fair Use/Fair Dealing
- Carriere, Laurent. Fair Dealing in Canada. www.robic.com/admin/pdf/25/032E-LC.pdf
- Indiana University Copyright Management Center. Checklist for Fair Use. 2002. https://etta.iupui.edu/media/bf7509cb-c376-489a-83c3-6f452ecd8b6c/1091008416/ETTAContent/Themed%20Content/Technology/Fair-Use-Checklist.pdf (PDF)
- What Are the Fair Dealing Exceptions? www.ipo.gov.uk/c-exception-fairdealing.htm
- Stanford University Libraries. Copyright and Fair Use. fairuse.stanford.edu
- University of Rochester. Fair Use Fact Sheet.
The U.S. TEACH Act
- Crews, Kenneth. The Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act. www.ala.org/advocacy/copyright/teachact/
- The TEACH Act. www.copyright.gov/legislation/pl107-273.html#13301
- North Carolina State University. The TEACH Toolkit: An Online Resource for Understanding Copyright and Distance Education. 2003. www.lib.utsystem.edu/copyright
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