The Cleveland Museum of Art Advances Open Access Movement | Cleveland Museum of Art

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"The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) announced today it is using Open Access to make high-resolution digital images and collections data freely available by means of the internet. Open Access means the public now has the ability to share, remix, and reuse images of as many as 30,000 CMA artworks that are in the public domain for commercial as well as scholarly and noncommercial purposes. Additional information on more than 61,000 artworks —both those in the public domain and those with copyright or other restrictions—is also now available. ..."


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Tags: oa.arts oa.images oa.digitization oa.pd oa.museums oa.glam oa.copyright

Date tagged:

01/29/2019, 09:35

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01/29/2019, 04:35