This pioneering two-year project explored the legal, technical, and practical issues involved in using digital images of museum collections for educational purposes. The report includes essays by project participants for the fourteen museums and universities that participated in this project, and recommends terms and conditions for distributing digital museum images via the Internet and/or university campus networks.
Christie Stephenson is digital projects manager for the New York University Libraries. Patricia McClung is an independent consultant, specializing in networked digital imaging. They were project managers for the Museum Education Site Licensing Project.
This title is out of print. Please look for it at your local libraries and/or used bookstores.
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