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From Fair Use to Fair Trading Creating a Digital Image Matchmaking Commons. Collaborative collection building and sharing using MDID. Collaborative Collection Building. Contributors Faculty who only make small numbers of images available

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From Fair Use to Fair TradingCreating a Digital Image Matchmaking Commons

Collaborative collection building and sharing using MDID


Collaborative Collection Building

  • Contributors

    • Faculty who only make small numbers of images available

    • Faculty who have whole collections, but no means of distributing them effectively and efficiently


Image suggestion/moderation

  • MDID supports an image suggestion and moderation feature

  • Contributors upload images they would like to contribute

  • Moderators verify quality and legality of image and accept or reject image

  • If accepted, image becomes available in a regular collection


Image suggestion/moderation


Image suggestion/moderation


Sharing collections in MDID

  • Any regular image collection in MDID can be shared with other MDID installations

  • Access rights set per remote user or public

  • Currently available collections advertised on wiki at http://mdid.org/


Issues with sharing collections

  • Restricted to MDID installations

    • Currently developing API to facilitate other software applications

  • Configuring access can be work intensive

  • If hosting institution adds, changes, or removes images, other institutions get changes immediately


Collaborative Collection Building

  • Currently only used within JMU and other institutions

  • Setup could be across institutions or even public


Possible Scenario

  • An organization hosts a central MDID installation

  • Anybody can upload and suggest images

  • A group of trusted moderators reviews suggestions and accepts images into collections

    • By image topic

    • By image and metadata quality


Possible Scenario

  • Collections are shared so any MDID institution can connect and use the images

  • Collections are public so non-MDID institutions can browse, search, and download through the web interface


Potential Issues

  • MDID is teaching oriented

    • Focus on large image files and basic cataloging data

    • Currently no support for work/image relations

  • Limited use for non-MDID institutions

    • Currently developing API to facilitate other software applications


Questions?


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