Intellectual property rights at a glance

For public bodies, understanding the implications and roles of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and licensing in their capacity as a provider, aggregator and/or publisher of digital content is essential in their role in the digital content lifecycle from creation to curation, to ensure that they can deliver publically funded content. Three briefing papers have been prepared by Naomi Korn Copyright Consultancy on behalf of the Strategic Content Alliance, so that public sector agencies can learn more about IPR management on an operational and strategic level as well as having links to sources of other essential information.

If you are a curator, archivist, librarian, human resources professional or senior policy-maker, these briefing papers provide tailored guidance at a glance. Download them here as PDFs, and find more resources like this on the IPR Publications Page.

Introduction to the IPR and Licensing Toolkit for Archivists, Librarians, Curators and Digital Project Leaders

Introduction to the IPR and Licensing Toolkit for Human Resources Staff

Introduction to the IPR and Licensing Toolkit for Senior Managers