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Good news for Pararchive and Digital Storytellers: EU says ‘Yes’ to Open Linking

Alongside EU-based search engines, digital storytellers (and, thus, Pararchive) can breathe easy following the EU Court of Justice’s recent ruling that sharing links and embedding content that is already publicly accessible does not breach copyright.  The ruling stated that: “It must be observed that making available the works concerned by means of a clickable link, such as…

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Wellcome Images: A trawl for Bute’s stories

On 20 January this year, the Wellcome Library released a large cache of digitised images into the public domain via Wellcome Images (hereafter, ‘WI’).  Drawn from its celebrated collection, these 100, 000 historical images are free to download, copy and adapt (including for commercial purposes), thanks to a Creative Commons Attribution-only license (CC-BY 2.0) (all you…

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Pararchive features in the latest Communities & Culture Network+ Newsletter

Pararchive has been featured in the latest Communities & Culture Network+ Newsletter (Jan/Feb 2014). With a core membership of over 90 academics and practitioners, this network facilitates research, knowledge exchange and innovative connections in one of four challenge areas identified by the EPSRC. It explores digital transformations, bringing them together with a wider public through direct…

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Simon Popple and Tony Ageh present at Digital Echoes 2014

“Coventry University Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) and the Faculty of Arts at the University of Brighton hosted the fourth in a series of Digital Echoes Symposium’s This event was part funded by ERDF and supported by Creative Enterprise. This year the Digital Echoes Symposium took place on Wednesday 8th January 2014; 10:00-17:00 at The Institute for…

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