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Title: Electronic Library of Spiritual Heritage: Copyright Limitations and Exceptions
Authors: Vats, Naresh Kumar
Keywords: Electronic library;Traditional Knowledge Digital Library;Open learning;Digitization;Copyrights;Electronic data
Issue Date: Jul-2018
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Abstract: Today, we are in the race of virtual world but due to inadequacy and costly affair for managing physical infrastructure, huge demand of labour needs big budget to maintain. However, short life of physical material as well as literature comparatively to digital world and time consuming affair to serve the users is a usual practice. With evolution of digitization, the information technology has opened the doors for the open access and the e-library has broken the boundary which has become accessible to users. On the one hand the students, scholars, knowledge seekers and learners will be able to get benefits of open access except the restricted contents in languages they desire and on the other hand the authors of the books and other literatures should not be deprived to their exclusive rights of reproduction, economic and dissemination. There may be accessibility to the data bank, in electronic form as literature, dramatic, scientific, an artistic works subject to the registration on particular domain as visitor/regular member or on payment as casual visitor whatever the conditions applied. The researchers aimed to analyse the limitation on rights of copyright owners on sharing of digitized information, understand the durability of electronic data on cultural, spiritual heritage and promotion of tourism.
Page(s): 194-197
ISSN: 0975-1076 (Online); 0971-7544 (Print)
Appears in Collections:JIPR Vol.23(4-5) [July-September 2018]

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