Relevant sources: IPR

Below you will find a list of relevant sources about Intellectual Property Rights. This list is continuously maintained and updated via the collaborative research tool Zotero.

  1. Albert, J., Beauchamp, R., & Schlagel, B. (2010). Walking On Eggshells: Borrowing Culture in the Remix Age. Retrieved from
  2. Aoki, K., Boyle, J., & Jenkins, J. (2006). Tales from the Public Domain: Bound by Law? Retrieved from
  3. Arnoldus, M., van Loon, L., & Zeinstra, M. (2012). Schermen met auteursrecht: Auteurrechterlijke aspecten van het online ontsluiten van videokunst. Amsterdam: Kennisland, Stichting behoud moderne kunst, Nederlands instituut voor mediakunst. Retrieved from
  4. ARROW a. (2010). Report on legal framework – Edition 2 (D3.5). Retrieved from
  5. Aufderheide, P., & Jaszi, P. (2011). Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright. University of Chicago Press.Axhamn, J. (2011, June 10). The Nordic Extended Licensing model as a possible solution for pan-European licensing via Europeana. Presented at the Performing Arts Digital Collections for the New Millennium, Brussels.
  6. Cherchi Usai, P. (2009). Are All (Analog) Films “Orphans”?: A Predigital Appraisal. The Moving Image, 9(1), 1–18. Retrieved from
  7. Dierickx, B., & Tsolis, D. (2009). Overview of collective licensing models and of DRM systems and technologies used for IPR protection and management (Deliverable No. D6.2). ATHENA consortium. Retrieved from
  8. Dierickx, B., & Vissers, R. (2009). Overview of IPR legislation in relation to the objectives of Europeana (No. D6.1). ATHENA / European Commission. Retrieved from
  9. Eschenfelder, K., & Caswell, M. (2010, November 1). Digital Cultural Collections in an Age of Reuse and Remixes. First Monday, 15(11). Retrieved from
  10. European Commission. (2011). Proposal for a directive of the European parliament and of the council on certain permitted uses of orphan works. Brussels: European Commission. Retrieved from
  11. European Commission (b). (n.d.). Dissemination and exploitation of results of our programmes – Intellectual property rights. Dictorate-General for Education and Culture. Retrieved from
  12. EuropeanaConnect. (n.d.). Out of Copyright website. Retrieved from
  13. Federation of European Publishers. (2010). Guidelines for clearance mechanisms for out of print work (ARROW  project deliverable No. D3.3.1). Retrieved from
  14. Gompel, S. van, & Hugenholtz, P. B. (2010). The Orphan Works Problem: The Copyright Conundrum of Digitizing Large-Scale Audiovisual Archives, and How to Solve It. Popular Communication, 8(1), 61–71. doi:10.1080/15405700903502361
  15. Goodale, P., Hall, M., Fernie, K., Archer, P., Tavanta, F., & Clough, P. (2011). User Requirements Analysis (PATHS project deliverable No. D1.1). PATHS / European Commission. Retrieved from
  16. Gowrishankar, R., Hyyppä, K., & Marttila, S. (2012). Review of IPR Limitations and Recommendations (EUscreen internal project deliverable No. D5.2.2) (p. 39).
  17. Hargreaves, I. (2011). Digital Opportunity. A Review of Intellectual Property and Growth. Retrieved from
  18. Korn, N. (2009). SCA Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) toolkit. JISC. Retrieved from
  19. Korn, N. (2011). Briefing Paper on Embedding Creative Commons Licences into Digital Resources. Bristol: Strategic Content Alliance. Retrieved from
  20. Korn, N., & Oppenheim, C. (2009). Section 2. Practical tools. In IPR Toolkit. Overview, Key Issues and Toolkit Elements. JISC. Retrieved from
  21. Korteweg, D. A., Hugenholtz, P. B., & Poort, J. (2011). Digitalisering van audiovisueel materiaal door erfgoedinstellingen: Modellen voor licenties en vergoedingen. Amsterdam: Instituut voor Informatierecht Universiteit van Amsterda. Retrieved from
  22. Koskinen-Olsson, T. (2010). Digital Libraries: Collective Administration for Online Libraries – a Rightsholder’s Dream or an outdated Illusion? In Global Copyright Three Hundred Years Since the Statute of Anne, from 1710 to Cyberspace. (pp. 252–264). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Pub.
  23. Kroes, N. (n.d.). From Closed Doors to Open Gates. Uncommon Culture, 2(1(3)). Retrieved from
  24. Legal and How-to Guides for Citizen Media Creators and Online Publishing. (n.d.). New Media Rights. Retrieved May 9, 2012, from
  25. Lund, T. B. (2009). Rights Issues. Thematic synthesis report. (No. D6.3). EdReNe / European Commission. Retrieved from
  26. Marttila, S., & Hyyppä, K. (2011). Review of IPR Limitations and Recommendations (EUscreen internal project deliverable No. D5.2.1) (p. 50).
  27. MinervaEC Working Group. (2010). Intellectual Property Guidelines. Version 1.0. Minerva. Retrieved from
  28. National Library of Norway, & Kopinor. Contract regarding the digital dissemination of books (Bokhylla / The Bookshelf) (2009). Retrieved from
  29. Niggemann, E., Decker, J. D., & Lévy, M. (2011a). Europeana Public Domain Charter. Brussels. Retrieved from
  30. Niggemann, E., Decker, J. D., & Lévy, M. (2011b). The New Renaissance. Reflection Group on Bringing Europe’s Cultural Heritage Online. Brussels: European Commission. Retrieved from
  31. Nina, Ñ., Bout, L., & Vooren, G. (2010). Final Guidelines on Copyright Clearance and IPR Management (EFG Project deliverable No. D5.3). European Film Gateway / European Commission.
  32. Ricolfi, M., Brindley, L., Dillman, C., Koskinen-Olsson, T., Bainton, T., Bergman-Tahon, A., … Stokkmo, O. (2008). Final Report on Digital Preservation, Orphan Works, and Out-of-Print Works. Retrieved from
    Suthersanen, U. (2010). Introduction to Part II. In Global Copyright Three Hundred Years Since the Statute of Anne, from 1710 to Cyberspace. (pp. 169–175). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Pub.
  33. Van Eechoud, M., Hugenholtz, P. B., van Gompel, S., Guibault, L., & Helberger, N. (2009). The European Concern with Copyright and Related Rights. In Harmonizing European Copyright Law. The challenges of better lawmaking (Vol. 19). Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International. Retrieved from
  34. World Intellectual Property Organization. (2004). WIPO Intellectual Property Handbook: Policy, Law and Use. (2nd ed.). Geneva: WIPO.
  35. World Intellectual Property Organization. (n.d.). Understanding Copyright and Related Rights. Geneva. Retrieved from
  36. Xalabarder, R. (2007). On-line teaching and Copyright : Any Hopes for an EU Harmonized Playground? In Copyright law (pp. 373–401). Cheltenham, Northampton (Mass.): E. Elgar.
  37. Xalabarder, R. (2010). Digital Libraries in the Current Legal and Educational Environment: Towards a Remunerated Compulsory License or Limitation? In Global Copyright Three Hundred Years Since the Statute of Anne, from 1710 to Cyberspace. (pp. 230–251). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Pub.
  38. Zeinstra, M., Keller, P., Peiffer, P., Isaac, A., Clayphan, R., & Verleyen, J. (2010). Guidelines for the Europeana:rights Metadata Element. V4.0 (EuropenaConnect). EuropenaConnect / Europeana.
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