I asked a few questions specifically about this 'Digital Media Service
Provider' last week, but discussion centered primarily around the
broader, theoretical issues of rights, etc. (Not that rights issues are
by any means exclusively theoretical in nature, but the conversation was
more generalized than practical.) I thought I'd come back with a bit
more information to see if anyone has any direct experiences with this
company (or similar companies) and how rights issues are being worked
out (or if they are being worked out at all) on a practical level.
Some articles (less substantive, more like press releases):
A .ppt presentation summarizing the results of the Yale pilot project:
I do plan on contacting the gentleman named in this presentation for
more information (the .ppt is a year old).
Thanks in advance,
Meghann R. Matwichuk, M.S.
Instructional Media Department
Morris Library, University of Delaware
181 S. College Ave.
Newark, DE 19717
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