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  • Monday, October 18, 2021
  • 1:30pm – 3:30pm
  • FREE
Registration closed Saturday, October 16, 2021

We are offering another opportunity to attend our training webinar on rights statements implementation on Monday, October 18th from 1:30-3:30 pm. This free event is open to those who want to learn more about applying standardized rights statements to digital items in their collection. We use the standardized rights statements developed by the international collaborative rightsstatements.org. RightsStatements.org statements are a simple, standardized system of labels that more clearly communicate the copyright and re-use status of digital objects to the public. Adding these labels to your digital collections will improve usability and access for users, and the Minnesota Digital Library is pleased to help facilitate the more widespread adoption of these statements.

Here are some details about the event:
Session presenters will review the rights statements and how they can be applied to digital collections using examples from the Minnesota Digital Library (MDL). Attendees will be introduced to the MDL Rights Review workflow document that illustrates an approach to determining which rights statements to associate with a digital object, as well as other tools for implementing the statements in their digital collection. Opportunities to work through general examples as a group are part of the training. Current MDL Contributors will receive a spreadsheet copy of their collection records that they can start working on immediately after the session.

There is an optional follow-up Q&A session on Thursday, October, 21st from 1:30-3:00 pm. Presenters will be available to assist you and answer questions that may have arisen as you are developing comfort and skill at at applying rights statements to your collection records.

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MDL Standardized Rights Statements Implementation Training is being held on October 18th from 1:30-3:30 pm
Staff contact
Molly Huber

Outreach Coordinator, Minnesota Digital Library