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Minitex News articles tagged with "RightsStatements.org" (6):

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Another opportunity to learn more about Standardized Rights Statements

Feb 18, 2021

The Minnesota Digital Library is offering a webinar version of our rights statements implementation training on Tuesday, March 16th from 10:00 am-12:00 pm.
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Recap of March 13th rights workshop and plans for future training

Mar 20, 2020

On Friday, March 13th, we held a training event at Minitex for colleagues interested in learning about standardized rights statements and how to apply them. A small but engaged group joined us and together we reviewed the statements from rightsstatements.org and worked through examples from Minnesota Reflections and the University of Minnesota's collections. Our participants found that applying rights statements is often easier than you think!

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Join us March 13th to learn more about rights statements

Feb 21, 2020

If you have missed out on participating in our previous trainings on how to apply standardized rights statements to your archival collection, it is not too late! We are offering another free training event right here in the Minitex offices in the basement of Wilson Library on the University of Minnesota's West Bank on Friday, March 13th and we want you to join us. Learn more and register here.

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Implementing Rights Statements at the Northtown Public Library

Dec 10, 2019

Despite the chilly day, there was a nice-sized group of people in attendance at the rights statements implementation training event on Friday, December 6th at the Northtown Public Library in Blaine. Participants at the event learned about the rights statements, why they are important, and how they help users by providing helpful descriptive information about the rights status of their digital items.

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Getting Started with Rights Statements at Northtown Library

Nov 5, 2019

On Friday, December 6th Anoka County Library - Northtown will be the site of another of our training events for those who want to learn more about standardized rights statements and their implementation.

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MDL rights work and associated metadata changes

Apr 30, 2019

Users of Minnesota Reflections may have noticed some changes to the database's metadata. Based on the recent work of the Rights Implementation Team, we have begun to change how we record and share the metadata associated with the rights to use and re-use items in Minnesota Reflections. These changes reflect the standard we have adopted, namely the work shared via RightsStatements.org. RightsStatements.org provides a set of standardized rights statements for digital cultural heritage heritage projects. In order to display this information, we have added some new fields to show the statement and the text that explains the statements.